KIAWAH ISLAND, S.C. – A gaggle of managers representing a number of the sport’s largest stars met with representatives from a proposed breakaway circuit Tuesday at Kiawah Island, however the meeting didn’t appear to carry any readability to the state of affairs.
One supervisor who attended the meeting characterised it as “underwhelming” and given how lengthy representatives from the Super League Golf idea have been pushing for the brand new tour it’s probably going to proceed to be a subject and a distraction for a while.
“It’s a complete distraction,” Bryson DeChambeau stated. “I would say from my perspective, I’d want to know what way to go and just let’s go, whatever it is. Whatever is best for the players and for the fans is what I would support.”
In what seemed to be a counter to Tuesday’s meeting with the SLG, which is backed financially by funds from Saudi Arabia, PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan was at Kiawah Island Wednesday meeting with lots of the identical managers who attended Tuesday’s gathering.
DeChambeau, who’s amongst a bunch of gamers who’ve reportedly been tabbed as potential “franchise owners,” stated he values his relationship with the Tour and would help what’s finest for followers.
“We don’t want to ruffle any feathers, we just want to go play golf and I would say give the fans the best experience they could possibly have,” DeChambeau stated. “If it’s with the super league then it’s with the super league, but I will never do anything first.”