It appears that the PGA Tour will impose disciplinary action against participants in the LIV Golf Promotion (elevation match).
The US Golf Channel introduced the story of Martin Trainor, who participated in the PGA Tour Qualifying (Q) School held in Florida, USA on the 17th (Korean time).
Trainor is the winner of the 2019 PGA Tour Puerto Rico Open.
Recently, I applied to Q School because my grades were not good. Just before Q School, I competed in the promotion to LIV Golf. 먹튀검증사이트
I lost in the promotion battle. The PGA Tour viewed this as grounds for disciplinary action.
LIV Golf is a series operated by Saudi Arabia’s Sovereign Wealth Fund (PIF). After being at odds with the PGA Tour
work was underway to create a new corporation (PGA Tour Enterprises) last June. The reconciliation mood was broken recently when Spain’s Yon Lam moved to LIV Golf.
The trainer explained, “You can play on the Korn Ferry (PGA Division 2) Tour, but in order to participate in major tournaments
both the PGA Tour Q School and the LIV Golf Promotion Tournament were opportunities.”
With the PGA Tour taking disciplinary action against LIV golf participants, it appears that trainers will not be able to avoid disciplinary action.
The trainer added, “I hope he doesn’t end up getting suspended.”
Golf Channel reported that a total of four players participated in these two competitions.
Ham Jeong-woo is also one of the four. Ham Jeong-woo is tied for 24th place until the third round of Q School. As a result of the final 4 rounds
the top 5 will advance directly to the PGA Tour.
A PGA Tour spokesperson did not provide an official statement on this matter.