PGA-LIV Merger Continues… Ram: “I feel betrayed”
The aftershock from the merger between the PGA Tour and the LIV Golf Series continues. Rory McIlroy, who played a leading role in defending the PGA Tour메이저사이트, complained immediately after the merger, saying, “I feel like a scapegoat.” fired a direct hit.
At an official press conference held two days before the opening of the US Open on the 14th (Korean time), Ram said, “Many players feel betrayed,” and “We want trust. However, there was no consensus this time,” he criticized the PGA Tour leadership for deciding to merge with LIV Golf.
Ram, who heard the news of the merger while taking care of his children at home, said, “It must have been difficult for the players to wake up and hear such shocking news.” It is said that there was no communication with the players during the PGA Tour merger with LIV.
Many players, including Lahm, expressed disappointment at the lack of communication with the players in the PGA Tour leadership, including Commissioner Jay Monahan. Colin Morikawa (USA) said, “We want to know the reason for the (merger).” They are all different,” he complained.
It is the same with LIV that cannot communicate. Cameron Smith (Australia), who moved to LIV after winning the Open last year, said he was tipped off only 10 minutes before the official announcement of the merger, saying, “To be honest, I don’t know anything more. I haven’t heard anything We have no choice but to accept what is going on,” he said.