Penalty (s) on dissidents du LIV, Keith Pelley and the DP World Tour agree on délai de réflexion

In a memo sent to DP World Tour members by their Director, Canadian Keith Pelley, this (photo) explains that a seven-day period of additional reflection will be used before sanctions are imposed (or not). who took part in the first tournament of the LIV Golf Invitational Series last week at Centurion Club in St Albans, in London.

Si Jay Monahan |the great patron of PGA Tourwas not trained to sanction the members of the US circuit engaged in the inaugural tournament of the LIV Golf Invitational Series at Centurion Club (June 9-11) won by South Africa Charl Schwartzel, Keith Pelleyhis alter ego on the European Tour, was apparently dead, while the two Tours signed a Joint Venture at the end of last year.

Until this message is sent to the members of DP World Tour at which point it initiates an initial response to the possible sanctions likely to be imposed against notorious dissidents.

« If you want to express your messages and conversations, you can be part of this point with Jay Monahan and expressed in the note to the members of the PGA Tour, and know that the players who chose this path have failed to respect the vast majority of the members of this Tour “, Points out Keith Pelley.

Ten “dissidents” sign up for the BMW International Open next week

« As for what we are going to do, given the complexity of our situation, we will always evaluate a global action planhe continued. We will use the next seven days to continue to evaluate the impact of the two conflicting events in the UK on our own tournaments scheduled over the course of these weeks. (le Porsche European Open et le Volvo Car Scandinavian Mixed) as well as on the Tower in its ensemble. »

Which means that no decision will be won before June 23, the day of the first round of BMW International Open organized in Munich (June 23-26) and in which are currently registered 10 of the 48 players present at the Centurion Club, including the Spanish Sergio Garciathe German Martin Kaymer or the Austrian Bernd Wiesberger.

The ban on taking the start of this tournament at 2 million euros in endowment would be a tough blow for the organizers, especially for the German automaker, one of the most loyal and powerful partners of the DP World Tour!

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