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LIV Golf season will feature stop in Williamson County

LIV Golf season will feature stop in Williamson County

The 2024 LIV Golf season will include a regular-season stop in Middle Tennessee. The league will play June 21-23 at The Grove, an 18-hole course in Williamson County that was designed by former pro Greg Norman, who is LIV’s CEO and commissioner. The LIV season begins Feb. 2 in Mayakoba, Mexico, and it will feature...

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The PGA Tour and LIV Golf don’t actually have a deal yet

The PGA Tour and LIV Golf don’t actually have a deal yet

When the PGA Tour and LIV Golf announced that they were merging on June 6, that was a bit premature. They hadn’t actually signed a deal to do so—and they still haven’t. The AI boom and catch-up in non-tech stocks The seismic sports announcement boasted of a “landmark agreement to unify the game of golf”...

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Michael Block killed golf

Michael Block killed golf

It’s not a coincidence that the day after Michael Block failed to qualify for the US Open, the PGA Tour panic merged with its alleged arch-nemesis LIV. There was a star vacuum left once Greg Norman and obscene sums of money convinced a lot of big names to defect to the LIV Tour. I don’t...

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It says a lot about the state of golf that Michael Block won the weekend

It says a lot about the state of golf that Michael Block won the weekend

Michael Block was a godsend for the PGA Tour over the weekend, as the league’s championship was hijacked by Brooks Koepka, and it desperately needed a storyline to distract people from a LIV player winning a major for the time since any of the big names defected. It was only a matter of majors before...

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New survey reveals perceptions of LIV Golf are improving

New survey reveals perceptions of LIV Golf are improving

Nike Golf Since its inception, LIV Golf’s emergence as a competitor of the PGA Tour has been a highly debated topic in the golfing community. With the LIV tour backed by the sovereign wealth fund of Saudi Arabia, its players have been criticized for taking “blood” money to join the tour. However, a recent survey...