Add Billy Horse Kell to the list of PGA Tour golfers tired of hearing why some peers jumped into the LIV Golf Series.
Horsekel, who spoke on Tuesday prior to the Scottish Open, said he wasn't angry with the players on the Saudi-sponsored LIV tour. He just wants them to be honest about why, and strongly suggests that they were driven by money, not beef, on the tour.
"Many people are hypocrites, don't tell the truth, and lie about some things I can't sit here anymore and be diplomatic. It's about it as it was in the past. " The 35-year-old Horsekel, who won the PGA Tour seven times, said. "I am not responsible for anyone taking part in the LIV Tour. There is no malicious intent to those who take the LIV Tour. I am malicious in their comments."
Horsekel called on a player whose commissioner Jay Monahan said he hadn't heard the PGA Tour. The PGA Tour doesn't listen to us. Jay Monahan and everyone at his headquarters are on the PGA Tour. They are constantly striving to earn monetary rewards and all the opportunities we have. At the same time, I'm one of the more than 200 members of the PGA Tour. I'm on the PGA Tour. … In other words, when we're shooting on the PGA Tour and Jay Monahan, we're not shooting them, we're shooting us. And it's a complete farce to say they don't listen. Really so.
The LIV Golf Series is playing on a schedule of eight events this year. There are two tournaments in the book, and the next tournament will take place July 29-31 at the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, NJ. , You know you know this allows me to play fewer tournaments. I played for 30 or 35 weeks a year. No one forced you to play so many events. It is said that there are at least 15 events on the PGA Tour.
Among the players on the PGA Tour of the LIV Golf Series are Dustin Johnson, Phil Mickelson and Sergio Galica. They were interrupted by the PGA Tour.
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