Former Ryder Cup teammates Rory McIlroy (left) and Ian Poulter find themselves on opposite sides of the fence when it comes to LIV Golf. Photo: Patrick Smith, Getty Images
“You guys write the stories,” said Collin Morikawa, addressing the media lined up in front of him ahead of this week’s Genesis Scottish Open at the Renaissance Club, “and you guys can write the stories about anyone. … We hear a lot about players that are here and come to these press conferences, but you guys maybe don’t write about other people that are interesting. … I think it’s your job to go out and find these stories.”
Our reigning Open champion is not alone in suggesting many members of DP World Tour and PGA Tour are getting a bit fed up with the extent to which the media have been focussing on the LIV Golf Invitational Series, its converts and its billions. “It’s time to let go,” he said. “I want to focus on tournaments.”
While talking with the media Wednesday, Collin Morikawa offered a suggestion about how to cover the game. Photo: Paul Devlin, SNS ...
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