Norwegian golf star Viktor Hovland (26) delivered a direct blow to the arrogance of the PGA Tour management.According to Reuters on the 19th (Korean time), Hovland, winner of this year’s PGA Tour playoff tournament, the FedEx Cup, appeared on a Norwegian podcast and talked about players who recently left for the LIV Golf League sponsored by Saudi Arabia and PGA Tour management. did.There was a huge backlash from PGA Tour players when it became known that the PGA Tour was negotiating a merger with LIV while disciplinary action was taken against players who transferred to LIV.“Management thinks of us as workers, not members,” Hovland said. “We are the PGA Tour and management is nothing without us.”

He said, “Management executives are businessmen who put their own interests best, not the interests of the players. “Behind it all, there is arrogance,” he criticized.However, Hovland said, “I understand the players who moved to LIV, including Jon Lam,” but said he would not go to LIV.Hovlan particularly pointed out LIV’s style of play, which is played without cuts.He said, “We need a competition where if you don’t do well, you will be eliminated,” and, “If I had gone to LIV, I wouldn’t have become a better golfer.”Hovland, who had a brilliant year with three wins this year, has decided to participate in major competitions next year, including the Sentry Tournament, the PGA Tour season opener, AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, Phoenix Open, 카지노사이트킹 and Genesis Invitational.

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