Rory McIlroy expects LIV to disappear in its current format, spelling bad news for Aussie event

Rory McIlroy expects LIV to disappear in its current format, spelling bad news for Aussie event

Rory McIlroy has been a LIV hater from the start and he dropped a hint golf’s new world order could spell bad news for the Adelaide event.

 Russell Gould


NCA NewsWire

Rory McIlroy speaks to the media (Photo by Vaughn Ridley/Getty Images)

The future of LIV‘s Adelaide event looks increasingly bleak after Rory McIlroy declared the breakaway tour will “go away” under golf’s new deal.

As the golfing world continues to digest news of the PGA Tour’s deal with LIV backers the Saudi Public Investment Fund McIlroy was adamant he still “hates LIV” and was confident it wouldn’t exist beyond this year.


Veteran Aussie tour pro Cameron Percy, who was in the meeting at the Canadian Open where PGA Tour boss Jay Monahan delivered news of the new arrangement, was also convinced that “LIV is finished”.



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Rory McIlroy expects LIV to disappear in its current format, spelling bad news for Aussie event

Rory McIlroy has been a LIV hater from the start and he dropped a hint golf’s new world order could spell bad news for the Adelaide event.


Rory McIlroy speaks to the media (Photo by Vaughn Ridley/Getty Images)

The future of LIV‘s Adelaide event looks increasingly bleak after Rory McIlroy declared the breakaway tour will “go away” under golf’s new deal.

As the golfing world continues to digest news of the PGA Tour’s deal with LIV backers the Saudi Public Investment Fund McIlroy was adamant he still “hates LIV” and was confident it wouldn’t exist beyond this year.


Veteran Aussie tour pro Cameron Percy, who was in the meeting at the Canadian Open where PGA Tour boss Jay Monahan delivered news of the new arrangement, was also convinced that “LIV is finis

Rory McIlroy expects LIV to disappear in its current format, spelling bad news for Aussie event

Rory McIlroy has been a LIV hater from the start and he dropped a hint golf’s new world order could spell bad news for the Adelaide event.


Rory McIlroy speaks to the media (Photo by Vaughn Ridley/Getty Images)

The future of LIV‘s Adelaide event looks increasingly bleak after Rory McIlroy declared the breakaway tour will “go away” under golf’s new deal.

As the golfing world continues to digest news of the PGA Tour’s deal with LIV backers the Saudi Public Investment Fund McIlroy was adamant he still “hates LIV” and was confident it wouldn’t exist beyond this year.


Veteran Aussie tour pro Cameron Percy, who was in the meeting at the Canadian Open where PGA Tour boss Jay Monahan delivered news of the new arrangement, was also convinced that “LIV is finished”.

We hope that it’s all upside,” he said of the new deal, having spoken to LIV officials including CEO Greg Norman.

“I think what it will mean is a greater degree of cross-pollination between players from the US PGA Tour and LIV Golf, which means better events presumably.”

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