After Controversially Joining LIV Golf For a $125M+ Contract, Bryson DeChambeau Reveals His True Never-Ending Affinity for The PGA Tour

Bryson DeChambeau turned pro in 2016 and has seen great success since then. We often refer to him as one of the best players in the world. He recently joined LIV golf by signing a contract with them worth $125 million. He was a former PGA Tour member, but earlier this month, he expressed his thoughts about his former tour.

If we flip through the pages of history, LIV Golf player, Bryson, is a former US Open winner with a good handful of other tour titles under his name. Even though he embraces all his victories, he is not happy about the decision of the PGA tour to not let LIV golf members play in the Presidents Cup and the Ryder Cup. Let’s find out what he has to say about it.


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Bryson DeChambeau talks about the PGA tour rules

Presidents Cup 2022 is already on course, and Bryson is upset that he and his fellow LIV Golf players are not allowed to participate in the tour event. He believes that the PGA Tour is shooting itself in the foot by not letting the LIV Golf players play Recently, the PGA Tour sent letters to all former members informing them that since they joined LIV Golf, they are no longer allowed to play in tour events and cannot renew their membership.

Bryson wants to be part of the PGA Tour events. He feels sad that the governing bodies are not talented players play. “I want to play in numerous events on the PGA Tour.

LIV Golf has no such limits for the players. They are allowed to play the tour events of both LIV Golf and the PGA Tour. DeChambeau appreciates this step by LIV.

DeChambeau’s love for golf


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Bryson has always considered himself a fan of golf foremost; his talent for golf comes second. He stated that no matter what, he would always watch the game. And he’ll watch it with his talented fellow players, as they could not be part of the tour events because of PGA Tour’s new rules.

ATLANTA, GEORGIA – SEPTEMBER 03: Bryson DeChambeau reacts after making birdie on the 18th green during the second round of the TOUR Championship at East Lake Golf Club on September 03, 2021 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images )

Like a true golf fan, Bryson hopes for good things in the future. He is hoping the rivalry will end between LIV Golf and the PGA Tour someday. The pro golfer believes this will become something more extraordinary down the road than it is now. about the future, he said he’ll keep watching the matches, even the ones where he won.


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What are your thoughts on this? Do you think the rivalry can end and the future can be better? Or do you think the rules of the PGA Tour are acceptable?

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