The list goes on: Patrick Reed and he also decided to join the LIV Golf dissident league funded by a Saudi fund.
American Patrick Reed, winner of the 2018 Masters of golf, and will join the ranks of the LIV Golf dissident league richly funded by a Saudi fund, his promoters announced Saturday.
Reed, 31 years old, 19 member of the PGA Tour nord-american à signer avec LIV Golf, at le 9e à avoir remporté un Majeur. The top 17 are engaged this weekend in the inaugural event, the Centurion Club of London, where the winner will receive a check for $ 4 million.
The 17 registered golfers in London have been suspended by the PGA Tour, including general manager Jay Monahan, who has warned that PGA Tour players participating in future LIV Golf tournaments will have the same fate. Reed and his compatriot Bryson DeChambeau are already scheduled to take part in the 2nd stage of the new circuit, at the end of the month in Oregon.
LIV Golf general manager Greg Norman congratulated former Australian champion Greg Norman on Saturday on the arrival of a “player of Patrick Reed’s caliber”, who is joined by other famous names such as Phil’s. Mickelson and former world number 1 Dustin Johnson, committed this week to London.
An additional 250 million achievements will be distributed this year by LIV Golf, in eight tournaments alone.