Adam Scott explains his ’emotional feelings’ in response to PGA Tour-Saudi deal

Adam Scott says he heard about changes to LIV Golf in February 2022, speaking to the media at the Riviera ahead of the Genesis Invitational: “I think the schedule says it’s going to be very attractive to most golfers. It’s an attractive activity depending on your goals.” . In that sense, I would definitely consider doing it.

   From a lifestyle perspective, yes.” Instead of going on the Saudi-sponsored circuit, Scott took a leadership position on the Tour’s Player Advisory Committee in hopes of changing professional golf for the better.

   I wonder how Australians will feel after the sudden announcement that the Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia, sponsor of the PGA Tour and LIV Golf, plans to create a new entity.

   Speaking to the media ahead of this week’s Travelers Championship, the former Masters champion spoke calmly about how some players have been hearing the news “unfortunately”. “As the process moves forward, we want to see how the contract points are determined and see if it makes sense,” Scott said. “Obviously, I’m an emotional part of it. I was emotional because I was on the PGA Tour, and when I see this, I think if we leave, we’re not coming back, and no. Don’t think we’re going to come back.

   We’re going to come back, In the end, we’re going. We’ll see if it’s the best for the match and what we think about it, because there will be some thoughts about it, but these things take a long time, so we’ll see how it goes.

   Scott made it clear he wasn’t “angry” about the proposed deal, though it appeared to be a respite from last week’s US Open drama.

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