Jaime Diaz joins Golf Central to share his thoughts on the Jon Rahm news, including the two roads this could lead to in terms of the PGA Tour and LIV Golf’s relationship.
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SIGHTS AND SOUNDS
The Golf Today crew reacts to the news of Jon Rahm reportedly joining LIV Golf and why he may have changed his stance after voicing support for the PGA Tour over the last year.
Todd Lewis shares his thoughts on Jon Rahm reportedly being set to leave the PGA Tour and join LIV Golf in a ‘surprise’ move.
Rex Hoggard joins Golf Central to discuss comments from Keegan Bradley and Rickie Fowler at the Hero World Challenge against the golf-back rollback because of the timing and how it’ll impact the recreational game.
Rich Lerner and Brandel Chamblee react to Scottie Scheffler’s breakthrough at the Hero World Challenge, where massive putting improvements and a strong short game led the world No. 1 to a three-stroke win.
Tiger Woods discusses his performance after finishing 18th at the Hero World Challenge, and says he doesn’t believe his game is too far off from where he wants it to be moving forward.
More PGA Tour
Jon Rahm has signed with LIV Golf and is expected to be announced Thursday, according to sources.
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You might have seen those little rectangular boxes on the back of players’ belts in the Bahamas.
The four men’s major champions this year discussed the shots that helped them etch into history.
The PGA Tour’s alignment options are laid out, but all of them come with benefits and risk.
The senior writers discuss Tiger Woods’ future and what a golf-ball rollback means for both professionals and amateurs.
The Masters champ and The Players champ lead the way for POY candidates.
Tiger Woods gave glimpses that his game, if not his body, could withstand his desired four- to six-event schedule next year.