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Cameron Smith’s decision to join LIV golf could have a long-lasting impact on his career

Just last week Cameron Smith said he “absolutely” wanted to play in the Presidents Cup and being world No.1, a feat achieved by just three Australians, was a career goal.

Now both are off the table for the world No.2 who faces a slow slide down the world rankings and exile from the PGA Tour-run Presidents Cup after making a potentially career-defining choice to forgo what could have been an everlasting golfing legacy to instead play glorified exhibition tournaments, broadcast only on YouTube, which the world rankings will never recognise.

Greg Norman’s LIV Tour could indeed be changing the face of golf, an agenda the Great White Shark continues to push, and his motives, to shatter what he believes is a US PGA Tour monopoly and take the best golfers around the world isn’t without significant supporters among both the playing ranks and other tours.

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