Recent major champion Cameron Smith is allegedly switching to the LIV Golf series from the PGA Tour. A story from the Telegraph reported that “Cameron Smith, the Open winner, has secured a $100 million-plus agreement to join LIV Golf in a huge triumph for the Saudi-backed rebel series.”
The Australian, who opted not to comment on a prospective agreement right after his thrilling victory at St. Andrews, will now participate in the forthcoming LIV tournament in Boston, according to Telegraph Sport. Although Brooks Koepka, Dustin Johnson, and Phil Mickelson have more recognisable names than Smith does, fans are aware that this is a significant victory for the LIV Golf circuit and maybe the most significant acquisition.
One supporter said, “This is a huge time triumph for Greg Norman.” “This one will cause a great deal of change. A recent big champion defecting is a serious setback “added a different supporter.
Some fans haven’t quite embraced the LIV Golf tour yet.“I understand how difficult it must be to reject $100 million. Just keep in mind that they are only exhibitions, “a supporter said.