LIV Golf now has the potential to win a world ranking score, which was considered an obstacle to box office success. News came out that PGA Commissioner Jay Monahan, who was negative about the point payment, decided to drop out of the review.
According to the Daily Telegraph, a British daily newspaper, on the 24th (local time), PGA Tour Commissioner Jay Monaghan and DP World Tour CEO Keith Pelli decided to withdraw from the World Ranking Board meeting on whether to pay points for the upcoming LIV Golf.
In the meantime, the ranking point evaluation has been conducted by representatives of the PGA Tour, DP World Tour, and four major tournaments. However, Greg Norman (Australia), general manager of LIV Golf, has requested that other members, including PGA Commissioner Jay Monahan, refrain from participating in the judging because they are negative about LIV Golf. 먹튀검증
“The World Ranking Committee meeting last December was the final board meeting for me, Monaghan, and Keith Waters, DP World Tour’s Chief Operating Officer,” said Pelli. “he said. He went on to say that “a separate committee made up of representatives from the four major tournaments – the Royal Golf Association of England (R&A), the Professional Golf Association of America, the United States Golf Association (USGA) and Augusta National Golf Club – will process Liv’s application. “he added.
The LIV Golf Series, which was launched last year, recruited many of the top players on the PGA Tour with enormous financial power. However, the world rankings of players who transferred to LIV Golf dropped significantly because they could not give themselves world ranking points. As a result, the label of choosing ‘money’ instead of ‘honour’ followed.
Here, LIV Golf teamed up with MENA Tour, a Middle Eastern and North American golf tour, as the next best way to receive world rankings, but this plan also failed.
As Commissioner Monaghan and CEO Pelli are excluded from the screening, the possibility that the LIV series will receive world ranking points is expected to increase.