Revealed by the British press on Tuesday morning, the departure of Brooks Koepka (32) from the PGA Tour to LIV Golf seems more than likely. Yet committed this week to the Travelers Championship, the quadruple winner of Grand Slams and 19th in the world should join his brother Chase, who already participated in the first stage of the new Saudi-funded circuit in early June.
While the series of other players in the World Top 50 should follow (Abraham Ancer – No. 20, 31 – has been confirmed), the PGA Tour on Tuesday offered its players a series of fall tournaments to retain them. Eight end-of-season tournaments, reserved for the Top 50 of the season won and received 20 million dollars each, should see the light of day.
According golf summarythis meeting held on the sidelines of the Travelers Championship even allowed Jay Monahan (the commissioner of the PGA Tour), to reassure the players on ” unity and solidity ” of the American circuit, despite “ the attack led by the LIV Golf. The next stage of LIV Golf will take place in Portland, from June 28 to 30, without the player board having yet been unveiled.