A number of players, mainly LIV Golfers, have responded positively to the LIV Golf-PGA Tour merger. In a recent LIV Golf League event at Valderrama, Ian Poulter, one of the most famous faces of this 'controversial' Tour, made a comment about the merger.
As a result of having to deal with the conflict that has lasted for more than a year, Poulter seems to be satisfied with the outcome. "I am looking forward to all the servings of humble pie and it will not be us LIV guys doing the backtracking," Poulter said.
Martin Kaymer on LIV Golf's disappearance
Although there have already been rumors about LIV Golf and the possibility of this Tour disappearing, many believe that such rumors are untrue, and that there is no point in talking about it.
Martin Kaymer believes that PIF would never do that, especially if we take into account the progress of LIV Golf in recent times. "If I was PIF, for example, and I create this baby and that baby becomes an adult and a success, why would I get rid of it? I don’t understand.
This is just my common thinking with the knowledge I have. I don’t know what the plan is, but I have difficulties believing LIV will go away in the next few years. I just don’t see any reason why it should." Graeme McDowell is also optimistic that LIV Golf will remain on the golf scene and continue its dominance.
It is a product that has been worked on for a long time. LIV Golf has achieved enormous progress in a short period of time, and many do not see any logical reasons that this Tour could really disappear. "We don’t think that is going to happen, there is too much value.
This is a product and real thing and it has a very compelling nature and we think the fans want this." Source: Golfmonthly