PGA Tour Pro Says Jon Rahm ‘Broke An Unwritten Code’ With LIV Golf Defection.. fully below ⬇️

PGA Tour Pro Says Jon Rahm ‘Broke An Unwritten Code’ With LIV Golf Defection.. fully below ⬇️

A couple of months before the PGA Tour announced a $3 billion investment deal from Strategic Sports Group – which may later include LIV Golf’s backer, the PIF – Rahm put weeks of speculation to bed by confirming he would be playing his golf in the 54-hole league after signing a reported $566 million contract.

He also kicked off a mini spurt of signings for LIV, which included Rahm’s Ryder Cup teammate, Tyrrell Hatton and Poland’s rising star from the DP World Tour, Adrian Meronk

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Speaking to Golf Digest writer, Joel Beall, a current PGA Tour golfer who sits within the world’s top-100 – but does not have a Major title to his name – shared all on how the rank-and-file of America’s circuit feel about one of the most significant switches since LIV arrived on the scene.

The player who referred to himself as “not a star” revealed that PGA Tour pros – for the most part – have never really had any issue with their peers who have jumped from circuit to circuit, later noting “except for the ones who, you know, tried to sue the tour out of existence.”

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