The BBC is reporting that American golfer Brooks Koepka has said he will bid farewell to the PGA Tour to join the LIV Golf Series instead.
The PGA Tour previously sanctioned 17 pro golfers led by Phil Mickelson from all competitions after they decided to compete at the LIV Golf Invitational. series
The report states that Koepka, the 32-year-old four-time major champion, is set to compete in the second LIV event in Oregon from June 30 to July 2.
For Golf, the LIV Golf Invitational Series is a new tour backed by Saudi-funded groups. and has a total prize pool of over 255 million US dollars (approximately 8.75 billion baht).
while Collins Morikawa, owner of the Major Championship Two shows came out to deny rumors that he had plans to play in LIV.
“In order to be recorded again You guys are wrong. I’ve said since February at Rivera that I will be on the PGA Tour and nothing has changed.