Saudi Golf League (LIV)
made a multi-million dollar offer to Tiger Woods, the best golf player of all time to join the new league.
According to information from the international press, the 46-year-old player said no to an offer that would exceed 100 million dollars and there are even those who point out that it was $800 million to be part of this nascent competition, which came with the wallet ahead to seek to win the best stars of the PGA circuit.
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This super league is fueled by millionaire capital from the Middle Eastern monarchy and becomes a strong threat to the PGA.
but that their refusal is interpreted as a matter of loyalty to the PGA.
When does LIV start? Golf International Series?
The circuit will have its beginning this weekend in the London Centurion Club. It will be the first of eight competitions around the world, with stratospheric bags that could be an irrefutable hook for any golfer, except for Tiger who was categorical in rejecting the juicy offer and continue as part of the PGA ranks.
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Participants of the LIV Golf International Series
Among the stars that this new circuit already has are the American and winner of six majors, Phill Mickelson who has entered into a dispute with the PGA over deciding to play at LIV. The Saudis have also flirted with Bryson Dechambeau, winner of the US Open in 2020; with Patrick Reed, 2018 Augusta Masters Green Jacket Winner; as well as the veteran Spanish player Sergio García and the Americans Kevin Na and Ricky Fouler, among others.