The chief executive of the breakaway LIV golfing series has made the bombshell claim that he would “create my own majors” should golf’s traditional premier competitions bar LIV players from competing.
Majed Al Sorour, a Saudi businessman connected to the royal family, played a key role in the formation of the cashed-up rebel organisation that has driven a wedge through the heart of the golfing world.
Now he has boldly claimed that he would “celebrate” if the Masters, US Open, Open and USPGA banned LIV golfers from competing.
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The LIV tour currently does not earn players official world ranking points – the key pathway to qualifying for the majors – given the revised format of the new competition.
That has led to a fierce and ongoing fight over whether LIV rebels should be…