Bryson DeChambeau will perform at LIV Golf after denying the chances for it!
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Bryson DeChambeau will perform at Liv Golf, and this has now been officially confirmed. We will see if this decision will affect his career, but he obviously wants a new adventure. His manager,. Brett Falkoff talked more about it: "Bryson has always been an innovator.
Having the opportunity to get in on the ground floor of something unique has always been intriguing to him. Pro golf as we know it is changing and it's happening quickly."- he said for skysports. DeChambeau seems to be a changeable person, given that his statement from February does not coincide with this decision.
"While there has been a lot of speculation surrounding my support for another tour, I want to make it very clear that as long as the best players in the world are playing the PGA Tour, so will I." DeChambeau :I want to be one of the best players Then he did not want to risk his career, but now ..
"There's obviously a lot of conversation," he said. "For me, I personally don't think that at this point in time I'm in a place in my career where I can risk things like that. "I'm loyal to my family that I've created around me with sponsors and everything.
And as of right now, the golf world is probably going to change in some capacity. I don't know what that is. Not my job to do so. I'm just going to keep playing professional golf and enjoy it wherever it takes me, play with the best players in the world.
That's really all I've got, that's what I'll do for the rest of my life, because I want to be one of the best players in the world." Fowler is also a serious candidate, but there is nothing official for now. "Competition is a good thing, always has been.
LIV is definitely interesting and intriguing. It's worth looking at, but no I haven't made any decisions. It's going to be interesting to see how everything plays out."- Fowler said
Rory McIlroy comment
Rory McIlroy commented on DeChambeau's decision "I think my stance on it has been pretty clear from the start.
It's not something that I want to participate in," he said, as quoted by skysports. "I certainly understand the guys that went and understand what their goals and their ambitions are in their life, and I'm certainly not knocking anyone for going.
"It is their life. It is their decision. They can live it the way they want to, but, for me, I want to play on the PGA Tour against the best players in the world.