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Adam Scott says LIV effect could be impacting crowd behaviour at golf events, Olympic team, latest news

Adam Scott conceded he could have been drawing a “long bow” but suggested the LIV effect may have contributed to wild scenes at last week’s Phoenix Open with crowd behaviour at golf tournaments taking a turn towards more regular rowdiness.

Gates were shut after more than 200,000 people attended Saturday’s play at the Waste Management Open, and beer sales stopped, with players including Ryder Cup captain Zach Johnson clashing with crowd members who refused to be silent.

The interactions have not been limited to the PGA Tour either with monster LIV signing Jon Rahm taking some time to adapt to the Saudi-backed tour’s “golf but louder” motto, having also had to repeatedly ask for quiet at their last event in Las Vegas.

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