Chris Stroud (USA), who applied to play in the LIV Golf League sponsored by Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund (PIF), has spoken out about the inequality and callousness of the U.S. Professional Golf (PGA) Tour. Stroud, who applied to play in a promotional tournament for a spot in the LIV League, spoke to Golf Channel on Monday about his decision to leave the PGA Tour after 15 years to join the LIV League. “If you don’t finish in the top 30 in a tournament, the (PGA) Tour doesn’t pay attention to you,” said Stroud, who had just one win on the PGA Tour. “I realized that pretty quickly and thought I had to take care of myself.”

“The PGA Tour didn’t give the money back to the players properly, and the players didn’t have a voice,” Stroud said, adding that there was a bad culture on the PGA Tour. “The players who play on LIV seem happy, and the best part is that LIV cares about us,” Stroud said. Stroud’s promotional tournament will take place at the Abu Dhabi Golf Club in the United Arab Emirates over three days starting on 카지노사이트킹 Aug. 8. The top three players on the final day will qualify for next year’s LIV.

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