With regards to LIV Golf, the PGA Tour isn't messing with their contribution.
As per Bob Garig of Sports Illustrated, the PGA Tour is purportedly undermining players from the Japan Golf Tour with suspensions on the off chance that they keep on partaking in LIV Golf competitions.
As per what Harig has composed, this move makes sense of why a couple of Japanese players who played in the latest LIV Golf competition in New Jersey are not
contending in the one that is occurring this week in Boston.
Any player who has participated in a rivalry facilitated by the LIV Golf this year would not be able to contend in any
competitions hosted by the PGA Tour or any of its other sanctioned circuits until the year 2022. There is currently no information available on whether or not this will still count for 2023.
The PGA Tour is endeavoring to separate itself from the LIV Tour in one more way with this move.
This is a dilemma that won't be settled any time sooner rather than later.
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