Bryson DeChambeau and his decision to perform at LIV Golf surprised many golf fans. Still, DeChabeau is firm in his decision.. This time he spoke to the Country Club Adjacent podcast about the details of the contract. The contract will last for 4 years, and a figure of as much as 126 million dollars is mentioned.
“I'm not gonna say the details, I mean for what's reported it's somewhat close,” he said, as quoted by golfmonthly. “It's a four-and-a-half year deal, I can definitely tell you that and a lot of it was up front which is great.
What's cool about it though is that I've already put it in places that make sense, whether it's my foundation or real estate, being able to build a multi-sport complex or taking care of my family, taking care of what we've got going on with our content creation with Regecy, numerous other things too”.
Bryson DeChambeau explains his decision
With this move, Bryson DeChambeau wanted to help himself in his further career. Money is the main source of everything, including his decisions. It was not an easy decision to make.
However, in the end he decided that this was the best for him. "There was a lot of financials to it and a lot of time. I get to have a life outside of the game of golf as well,"
It's a business decision for my family's future, and it gave me a lot of free time, so it cleared a lot things up for me" "I think we'll have a new legacy.
"It was very difficult. It's been weighing on everybody out here for the past couple of years. "For me, what's gone on has not been great but they [Saudi Arabia] are moving in the right direction from what I can see and what we've had conversations about. "I would love to play PGA Tour events when they would allow me to."
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