As if there were any questions about how a potential détente might work between the PGA Tour and LIV Golf, Tiger Woods reiterated the ground rules Tuesday.
LIV Golf must get rid of CEO and commissioner Greg Norman and drop its lawsuit against the PGA Tour.
Neither seems likely to happen, and Woods left little doubt that those two conditions would have to be met by LIV Golf before any discussion of what comes next could begin. Until then, Woods doesn’t see much movement.
“Not right now, not with their leadership, not with Greg there and his animosity towards the tour itself. I don't see that happening,” Woods said Tuesday at Albany Golf Club in the Bahamas before the Hero World Challenge, an unofficial PGA Tour event that benefits his TGR Foundation.
“As Rory (McIlroy) said, and I said it as well, I think Greg's got to leave and then we can eventually, hopefully, have a stay between the two lawsuits and figure something out. But why would you change anything if you've got a lawsuit against you? They sued us first.”
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