Jon Rahm on PGA Tour-LIV Golf merger: There are so many unanswered questions


Jon Rahm on PGA Tour-LIV Golf merger: There are so many unanswered questions
Jon Rahm on PGA Tour-LIV Golf merger: There are so many unanswered questions

As a result of the PGA Tour-LIV Golf Merger, the chaotic situation on the golf scene seems to have finally come to an end. Or so it seems to us...Many predict that this merger will lead to a new chapter in the golf scene as well as a more peaceful era in which we will be able to enjoy golf in the future.

Based on the statements made by golfers, it seems like things may remain tense for a very long time to come. As soon as the agreement between the PGA Tour and LIV Golf was announced, the majority of golfers expressed their dissatisfaction, considering the fact that they did not know anything about the agreement beforehand.

One of the golfers who also decided to publicly express his dissatisfaction is Jon Rahm. The Spaniard has many questions...
"I didn't really talk about it much last week, and I guess I might know more in a few hours once we're done with the player meeting tonight.

I don't think we're going to get a lot of answers, but I'm going to at least get an idea of where the membership head is at. That's all I can say. We don't know anything. I don't know if the people in charge know much more than we do.

There are so many unanswered questions that at this point I wouldn't want to waste time thinking about it because there is a lot of what ifs and unknowns."- Jon Rahm said, as per

Jon Rahm on the next challenges

The Travelers Championship is the next tournament for most.

Jon Rahm didn't play there long. Precisely because of this, he seems to be motivated like never before. "It's just too bad that they got put in a tough time in the schedule for me after the US Open the last few years," Rahm said.

"For the most part I've gone to Europe and play Irish Opens, Spanish Opens and things like that. So that's why I haven't been as much as I would like, but looking forward to it. It's great golf course, one that if I'm not playing I love watching on TV as well." -Rahm concluded.

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