WRAL Sports Analyst Joe Giglio is happy with the content the LIV Tour has provided, but the upside largely ends there.
In a certain way. Players who have decided to take huge bucks from a Saudi backed live round of golf have done a service for their golf sports are at their most persuasive when they are the good versus the bad and make no mistake, Phil Mickelson, Dustin Johnson, Sergio Garcia and the other pros who strapped their cart to the Saudis Fuzzy Tour, are bad guys and not For sleeping with Saudis in particular or for being a scam in general. It’s for green Dustin Johnson and has made $74 million on the PGA Tour. You imagine he made another dollar or two, which is support money too, Kevin Na made $37 million on the PGA Tour, Kevin Na. These golfers weren’t quite as poor while doing the PGA Tour by paying a salary to a paycheck. Much like people who have to work for a living, they didn’t take the money to change their lives rather than out of sheer greed. They didn’t need to live the money, but they took it anyway. We’ve learned the character as you do when no one watching live golfers chose their pick and everyone watching, they chose greed, they chose wrong. This is your chance to go, don’t throw it away