Breaking news:LIV golfer disappointed with ‘frustrating’ schedule, would like to see more events

LIV golfer disappointed with ‘frustrating’ schedule, would like to see more events

The laments LIV Golf League members have with their own upstart group are rarely aired in the public, Harold Varner III’s recent f-bomb fueled screed about the Saudi-based circuit’s “growing the game” underpinning being an exception (albeit a loud and notable one). So it is that when any LIV player says something, it becomes notable, even when it comes from a rank-and-file member.

Australia’s Jed Morgan has played 10 LIV events over two seasons and has finished no better than 13th in any start, twice coming in last. The 23-year-old, a member of LIV’s Ripper GC team with fellow Aussies Cam Smith, Marc Leishman and Matt Jones, has made $1.6 million in his starts, but thinks he could be doing better if the league played more often.

There’s obviously quite a bit of time off with the LIV stuff at the moment, which is a little bit frustrating,” Morgan told News Corp Australia. “Part of being a good golfer is playing a few tournaments in a row and getting some form that way.”

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