Even though Tiger Woods – shown playing Riviera's par-4 10th in 2019 – is here this year as host, he's not garnering most of the attention. There is still plenty of gossip going on about the proposed Saudi initiative. Photo: Keyur Khamar, PGA Tour via Getty Images
PACIFIC PALISADES, CALIFORNIA | Considering all that is here at Riviera Country Club for the Genesis Invitational – the sunshine, the white-barked eucalyptus trees, the brilliantly designed short par-4 10th hole, the top 11 golfers in the world rankings and Tiger Woods just to name a few – it seems almost rude to keep gossiping about who may or may not be leaving all of this for the proposed Saudi golf league.
But, like a mustard stain on a white shirt, there’s no hiding it. And where better than on the edge of Hollywood to talk about storylines and casting and intrigue.
This is where gossip, conjecture and deception are as familiar as stalled traffic on the 405.
The subject – like the Saudi initiative – isn’t going away.
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