Can Greg Norman and LIV Golf also target the LPGA?
Seven-time winner Karrie Webb thought and was afraid of that possibility.
"He's taking this revenge on the PGA Tour I know, as I know him, "Webb said, according toUSA TodaySports. "So I don't think it will change him. I would like to ask him not to ruin women's golf in the process in his ambition to succeed."
In the past, Webb said he refused a lot of money to take part in a Korean tournament because of a conflict with a major. She understands that it can be difficult for male players to turn down the kind of money they took from LIV to leave the PGA.
"If it's definitely life-changing, I find it fascinating," she said. "Everyone has to think about it .... What I learned, the fact that I made a lot of money in my life, I think it makes you comfortable. It doesn't make you happy.
"You must obey any decision you make."