As Tiger Woods Remains Silent on $3B Merger, Greg Norman’s Prime LIV Squad Stays in the Blind Side of 15x Major Champion’s Much-Awaited League

In the battle between PGA Tour and LIV Golf, it is the PGA Tour pros who ended up getting played. With the sudden news of the $3 Billion merger, they were left feeling blind-sided and betrayed.



Even Tiger Woods couldn’t escape the sting of this merger for whom the news was one of the biggest shocks of his life. But Woods soon recovered with a very benefitting partnership at his new golf league TGL.

Tiger Woods’ new league TGL has only PGA Tour Pros

Tiger Woods might still be hurting from the PGA Tour betrayal and maintaining a dignified silence, but his wise investment last year allowed him to have the upper hand in the situation. His and PGA Tour Pro Rory McIlroy’s investment in the newest golf league in the market, TGL, is bringing them profits.



And despite the merger, this benefit cannot be availed by Greg Norman and his LIV teammates, who are not being considered for a place in the new league. The tour is ready to kick off with its inaugural season in January 2024. And it has slowly collected many PGA pros as its newest players.



Besides Rory and Woods, the following players have joined TGL – Justin Thomas, Jon Rahm, Collin Morikawa, Adam Scott, Matt Fitzpatrick, Max Homa, Billy Horschel, Justin Rose, Xander Schauffele, and Rickie Fowler.



It is a long list and more PGA Tour players are expected to be on the it soon enough. But it seems that as long as Woods and McIlroy are the partners of this league, LIV golfers won’t find a place in it. And those two are already enjoying financial profit even before the games have begun.


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