Cameron Smith is the number-2 ranked golfer in the World and a six-time winner on tour this season.
As soon as golf’s FedEx Cup playoff series ends, Smith will quit dodging the questions and make it official. He will say peace-out to the PGA and join the LIV Series on a deal worth more than $100 million dollars.
At least he’s waiting until the end of the season.
Three former PGA players and current LIV Series players want “in” for the PGA’s FedEx Cup Playoffs.
Why? The same reason they joined LIV.
The FedEx Cup playoffs is a three-leg end-of-season competition with an eye-popping $75 million dollar bag. The individual winner will earn $18 million bucks.
Taylor Gooch, Matt Jones and Hudson Swafford have already left the PGA for the LIV Series but have the nerve to seek a temporary restraining order that would allow them to participate in the PGA’s most lucrative events.
Doesn’t work that way, Jack. You can’t take a dump on the Association that lined your pockets, then come crawling back. These players chose to leave and were rightly suspended by the PGA.
So go…play…take your guaranteed cash from the LIV Series for finishing dead last after an 84.
But don’t come crawling back because the PGA’s pot is greener.
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