‘I still hate LIV’: Golf’s civil war is over, but how will pro golfers move on?


Harold Varner III (left) is doused by teammate Talor Gooch after Varner won the LIV Golf Invitational - DC at Trump National Golf Club on May 28, in Sterling, Va. The upstart tour will be united along with the PGA Tour, in a blockbuster merger.

“I still hate LIV. Like, I hate it. I hope it goes away,” Rory McIlroy, the world’s no. 3 player, said of the new deal between the PGA Tour and the Saudi fund behind LIV.

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