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Bryson DeChambeau is proud to have earned over $ 125 million from LIV Golf

Bryson DeChambeau was found to have more than 125 million reasons for dropping out of the PGA Tour to LIV Golf.

A golfer recently appeared in the "Country Club Adjacent"podcast, saying that one of the hosts has a "$ 125 million smile".

"It's a bit low," DeChambeaufixed.

"I'm not going to give you the details, that is, the reported content is a bit closer. It's a four and a half year contract, I can definitely tell you that, And much of it was prepaid — it's great. ”

The 28-year-old started investing money.

"But the great thing about it, whether it's my foundation or real estate, is whether you can build a multisport complex or take care of me. , I already have it in a meaningful place Family, took care of what's happening with content creation with Regecy, and much more, "said DeChambeau. I am.

Bryson DeChambeau says he was paid over $125 million to join LIV Golf.
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Bryson DeChambeau arriving for the LIV Golf event in Portland.
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LIV Golf is backed by the Saudi administration trying to confuse the PGA Tour by paying golfers guaranteed money and larger wallets. It is an emerging golf league. For fewer events.

Other prominent golfers who have been exiled under the threat of indefinite exile from the PGA Tour include Phil Mickelson, Dustin Johnson and Brooks Koepka. Like DeChambeau, these three are reportedly seduced on a nine-digit payday.

There is Greg Norman in front of LIV Golf. Greg Norman has repeatedlyeliminated Saudi-backed venture-related human rights issues.

Bryson DeChambeau plays a shot during the first round.
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DeChambeau, who won the 2020 US Open, ranked 10th in the LIV. Last week, he made his golf debut at Pumpkin Ridge in Portland. DeChambeau finished 11 shots ahead of winner Branden Grace.