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IBF hopes Smith sticks solid with PGA Tour

Smith, the freshly-minted Open champion after his win at St. Andrews, is a target of LIV Tour commissioner Greg Norman.

Media reports say the offer to Smith from the Saudi-backed LIV Tour is worth between $90m and $100m.

Baker-Finch, a fellow Australian who won The Open in 1991, hopes Smith declines.

“I know that they’re talking to him and to many others,” Baker-Finch told Melbourne radio station 3AW on Tuesday.

“It’s his decision – he’ll be a $100 million guy or more if he did go. Does he want to win more majors or does he want the money?” – Ian Baker-Finch.

“I hope he doesn’t (accept) because I think he can leave a great legacy by winning major championships and becoming the best player in the world. I don’t think he needs the money. I don’t think it’s going to be something he should do.

“It’s his decision – he’ll be a $100 million guy…

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