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Justin Thomas of LIV Golf: "Hold the Ball" Say You're Doing This For Money

The world of golf has been divided by the introduction of the controversial Saudi-backed LIV Golf Series. Justin Thomas has revealed which side he is on. In a recent episode of the

No Laying Up podcast, the fifth-ranked golfer described himself as "more".

"It's hard," said Thomas. "And I didn't expect to lie in bed so many nights, thinking about this flick tour, what's happening, and all this."

LIV Controversy is intensifying as we host our second tournament outside Portland, Oregon this week. PGA Tour players can't escape the question, and Thomas doesn't know how to catch up with it.

"I can do what I should be involved in, how I shouldn't be involved, what I should say, what I shouldn't say, what I want to say Going back and forth about what. Thomas said in a podcast: "When it first happened, and when it came out, everyone, they're going to do what they want, and yeah, I'm them. I wish they didn't, but they have their own opinions and rights, such as decisions. It's a kind of thing.

Justin Thomas has been steadfast in his commitment to sticking with the PGA Tour over LIV Golf.
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"To be honest, I just want one of them. I would have a ball saying I'm doing this for money. Similarly, I would personally get more respect for it. But players keep talking that this is for improving the game, and the more I say, I'm more excited and frustrated about it.

Two 29-year-old major winners, including this year's PGA Championship, also expressed concern about the future of the PGA Tour. .. That LIV Golf and its players may eventually try to legally attack the tour.

I heard that someone who raised the good points said that at some point they were confident that some sort of proceeding would occur. Playing another tour [PGA] Tour They sued me, they sued Rory, they sued Tiger, they sued each of us, "Thomas said. .. "So, for me, that's where a bit of betrayal, upset and sad feelings come from."

Thomas has clarified his dedication to the PGA Tour since the onset of the ongoing power struggle. increase. So far, the PGA Tour and LIV coexist. However, as more players continue to jump the ship, Thomas' fears can come closer to reality.