Marc Leishman and Cameron Smith agreed to take part in the Saudi-sponsored series thanks to LIV Golf

 Cameron Smith and Marc Leishman obtained extra than only a big earnings for quitting the PGA Tour for LIV. According to Greg Norman, CEO of LIV.

 The Punch GC brand was owned by the Australian players to the tune of 25%. the Open Championship champion in 2022

Smith is the only top-10 golfer to join the Saudi-sponsored golf league and will compete in the 2022 Open Championship. According to Smith, LIV paid him more than $100 million.

Wade Ormsby and Matt Jones, the other two partners of Punch GC, are Australians as well, and LIV plans to hold a competition in their cottage world two months following the 2023 Masters.

Norman told the Herald that he sent officials to teach more than 20 golf classes across Australia.

Norman spoke with The Herald. The PGA Tour has no committee to decide what each of those majors should do to prevent people as a result of the PGA Tour.

I discern that and I grasp it. If you were a broadcaster, though, you may gape whether your involvement in television.

Unless you had the best team in every single one of them. They should resume being Swiss, in my opinion.