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Cameron Young isn't avoiding PGA Tour for LIV golf

One Cameron doesn't seem into LIV golf after all.

After reports that British Open and Players champion Cameron Smith was expected to join the Saudi-backed circuit, another report said Wednesday's Times of London announced Cameron Young. would follow him. Two sources told The Post that the Westchester County native is probably not heading to LIV. A judge's ruling denying a claim by one LIV player may have played a role in Young's decision, one source said.

Smith's landing is yet another significant acquisition of his for LIV Golf, but his name has long been associated with the league. But being young is amazing.

Sleepy Hollow His Country His 25-year-old rookie of his father David, a longtime head of his club, has had a great start on the PGA Tour. 17} Last month's British Open was second only to Smith

Cameron Young tees for the 9th during Round 3 of the Rocket Mortgage Classic
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Last spring, Young had no status on any show before joining the two-time winning Corn Ferry Tour. This earned him his PGA Tour card for the season and, in his second start, tied for second place with Sanderson Farms in his championship last fall. He was runner-up in his January Genesis Invitational on the famous Riviera. This spring, he achieved his third consecutive top-three finish, which ended in his tie for third place at his PGA Championship in Southern Hills.

St. He finished runner-up at Andrews, and after finishing tied for second in his Rocket Mortgage Classic two weeks earlier, Young was ranked 17th in the world.

Meanwhile, players who teed up for rival factions continue to be suspended by the PGA TOUR. On Thursday, Young scored a 3-under 67 in the opening round of his championship against FedEx St. Jude, the first match of his three-time playoff event. He was tied for 30th heading into the second round.