Bryson DeChambeau: LIV Golf is going to be a dominant force

'I know in my heart that the team aspect will continue to permeate through the game of golf for as long as I'm alive. That's my opinion.'

by Sead Dedovic
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Bryson DeChambeau: LIV Golf is going to be a dominant force
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Bryson DeChambeau is one of those who doesn't understand why LIV Golf is so criticized. Speaking to the Good Good Podcast, Bryson emphasized that LIV will continue to exist and be a dominant force in a few years. Bryson is one of the most important players on this Tour, and he had no doubts about accepting the offer from the Saudis.

'In the end, when this is all said about LIV and done, five years out from now LIV is going to exist,' he told the Good Good Podcast, as quoted by dailymail.co.uk!

'LIV is going to be a dominant force. I don't know what the landscape will look like or if it will even be called LIV, but I can say that it will be here. Team golf will be here to stay.'

The team-oriented approach introduced by LIV Golf upon entering the prominent stage is frequently debated. DeChambeau holds an optimistic view, believing that considering LIV Golf as a whole, it will sustain its presence on the grand stage and achieve remarkable feats in the future.


'I know in my heart that the team aspect will continue to permeate through the game of golf for as long as I'm alive. That's my opinion. 

I could be wrong, but from everything that I feel, the sentiment, the movement, the way things are headed, I do believe that LIV will be here to stay.'

PGA Tour, LIV Golf conflict

The conflict between the PGA Tour and LIV Golf is what particularly frustrates DeChambeau, who believes that such things are disastrous for both parties. The political aspect of this conflict is what Bryson is particularly angry about. This great golfer believes that it is necessary to do something to end this conflict.

'It's so political. And it's very disappointing. It's disappointing because something should have been done a long time ago.

It should have been over three or four years ago and it have been unbelievable for the game of golf.'

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