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HomeGolfPGA Tour golfer slams draft concept, nearest-to-pin, Cameron Smith, Greg Norman, video

PGA Tour golfer slams draft concept, nearest-to-pin, Cameron Smith, Greg Norman, video

A nearest-to-the-pin competition will determine seedings for October’s $US50 million ($AU74.2m) LIV Golf Series finale at Trump National Doral outside Miami.

Twelve four-man teams will compete in the mouth-watering prize pool on October 27-30, with $16m ($AU23m) for first prize. Only the FedEx Cup Championship offers a greater prize pool ($US75m), albeit those sums include bonuses earned by playing throughout the year.

The teams – determined by a pre-tournament draft – will be seeded one through to 12, with each team captain participating in a nearest-to-the-pin competition.

The closest to the pin will be seeded one and the farthest away will be seeded last, with the top four to immediately progress to the quarter-finals while the bottom eight will have to compete in qualifying rounds.

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