Bryson DeChambeau said he would share the exact numbers, but said the LIV Golf Series deal he signed by 2026 was worth more than the reported $ 125 million. I did.
When asked about his "$ 125 million smile" in the "Country Club Adjacent" podcast, DeChambeau replied, "It's a bit low."
"I'm not going to give you the details, which means that the reported content is a bit closer," DeChambeau said. "This is a four and a half year contract. I can definitely tell you that. Many were prepaid. This is great."
The LIV Golf Series contract is Due to prepaid and current limited annual event schedules, it is in a separate stratosphere from PGA Tour trading.
DeChambeau and his enemy Brooks Koepka quoted a less demanding travel and event schedule when they set out for a controversial emerging series with a large amount of funding from Saudi Arabia.
DeChambeau finished 10th in Portland at the first state LIV event last weekend and was worth $ 560,000. He said his new financial scaffolding is being used for more than just a security blanket.
"The great thing about it," DeChambeau said. Or take care of your family, take care of what you're doing with content creation using Regecy, and much more.
The LIV Golf Series reportedly offered Tiger Woods a "9-digit high payday" and Jack Nicklaus over $ 100 million to join Greg Norman. Advertised the rivals of the PGA Tour.
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