LIV Golf and the PGA Tour are still at ‘war’ There is no solution, and both sides want to dominate the golf scene. Greg Norman wants his players to earn points, even if it seems impossible for now. However, Norman and the others hope the problem will be resolved.
Rory McIlroy, one of the best golfers commented on the current situation: “I believe there is no more time to waste. PGA Tour and LIV will have to find a compromise and speak up for the good of our sport. I don’t know when that might happen, certainly not tomorrow, but of course we’ll have to come to an agreement.”
– McIlroy said, as quoted by nationalclubgolfer.com The problems that currently prevail in the golf scene are of no help to anyone. Northern Irish believe everyone should unite and fight this. That’s the only way to come up with a solution.
“Golf is a small reality, it is not football where great worlds like Serie A, the Champions League, FIFA or UEFA coexist within it,” the Northern Irishman continued. “So even more, we need to come together and find a way to ensure that in the future there are no divisions like the one we are witnessing today.”
Rory McIlroy: There was always room for improvement
A few months ago, Rory McIlroy commented on the current situation in the golf landscape. “There’s always been space – always, always, always space – and there’s still room for them [the PGA Tour] sit down and understand what we have and what it’s about,“, said the two-time champion after the end of the inaugural season of LIV Golf.
“Honestly, I think the ball is in their court. It’s not in ours. We’ve tried. We’ve tried on several occasions, not just in person, but even before I boarded.”