John Daly says the Saudi and PGA Tour should “work together”
In the world of golf, there is a big gap between the long-running PGA Tour and the LIV Golf Invitational Series backed by Saudi Arabia, CEO of Greg Norman.
The Norman’s League is currently scheduled and will have its first event in June, but it is unclear who will be attending. Jay Monahan, PGA Tour Commissioner, previously stated that all tour members participating in the Breakaway League will be banned from the PGA Tour, but there is some uncertainty about the legality of such threats.
In any case, this topic will not go away soon. And there are many opinions. 55-year-old fan favorite John Daly also has what he was asked to wear at Club Corp Classic last week. What is his solution? The two leagues need to work together.
“I wish they could combine them and make it all work for everyone,” Daily said. “And its name is Golf. I mean you want to keep golf strong and the basics of European tours and Asian tours and Australian tours and all tours and the basics of our tours, players We built it through a lot of great sponsorships and we had. I think it would be really good if they could solve it together, rather than competing with each other.”
Daily Norman He added that he was not offered to play in the league. (In fact, according to a report from Sports Illustrated on Monday, 15 of the world’s top 100 were registered for the first event, but their names haven’t been announced.)
“The concept is great,” Daily said. Continued. “Train on both sides where they will be the PGA Tour under their roof, or the roof of Saudi Arabia that will work for a list of money for our tour and see what happens that way. It would be great if we could. “
But based on previous comments from Monaghan, the PGA Tour doesn’t seem to be ready to merge yet. But now you know where Long John Daily stands.