While the billion-dollar golf merger was lauded as good for the game, it’s left questions about the LIV event in Adelaide.
Contacted in the wake of the shock announcement that the PGA Tour, DP World Tour and LIV Golf would end two years of animosity and unify as a larger commercial business, a LIV official conceded there were still “a ton of questions” with little light shed on what the future looks like.
South Australian Premier Peter Malinauskas confirmed that he reached out to both LIV officials and chief executive Greg Norman after the shock news filtered through, confident it was “all upside” for the event despite a raft of unknowns about what the LIV schedule could look like in 2024.
“We hope that it’s all upside. I think what it will mean is a greater degree of cross-pollination between players from the US PGA Tour and LIV Golf, which means better events…