Wyndham Clark is a golfer who always strived for new things and was in favor of change. And this time he made an interesting proposal. Clark will compete at the Andalucía Masters in southern Spain this weekend. This golfer is obviously eager to play in Europe and believes that the PGA Tour could organize more events outside the US.
“I hope there are more events we can play over here,” Clark said, as quoted by sbnation.com! “I love the PGA Tour, I love the United States, but I also love traveling the world and growing the game of golf; I think it’s the best thing for golf, to make it a global game.
If we could play more events outside the U.S. that have both U.S. players and international players, I think it’s the best thing for the game”. Clark believes that the PGA Tour could organize 5 to 7 events outside the US.
He is one of the golfers who obviously strives for new experiences and enjoys new things. The PGA Tour could really consider making changes like this. “I would love it if we had five to seven events outside the U.S. which were in Europe, or in Asia, or the Middle East, or wherever it is,” Clark continued.
Wyndham Clark talks about Spain experience
While preparing in Spain, Clark saw many things that he had not seen before. Wyndham feels great in the southern part of this country. Food and people were the first things he liked.
However, much more delighted him. “It’s been a great experience,” Clark said of his time in Southern Spain thus far. “The food’s been fantastic, the people are amazing, and as for the golf course, I was really pleasantly surprised. I really haven’t played much golf like this. The trees out there, the topography, it’s so beautiful”.
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