sport news Bryson DeChambeau 'personally knows' the PGA Tour will settle its LIV Golf row ... trends now

sport news Bryson DeChambeau 'personally knows' the PGA Tour will settle its LIV Golf row ... trends now
sport news Bryson DeChambeau 'personally knows' the PGA Tour will settle its LIV Golf row ... trends now

sport news Bryson DeChambeau 'personally knows' the PGA Tour will settle its LIV Golf row ... trends now

Bryson DeChambeau claims he 'personally knows' the PGA Tour will reverse its indefinite ban on players joining the controversial Saudi-back LIV Golf series - and believes a resolution will be found 'pretty shortly'.

Speaking to Tucker Carlson on Fox News, 'The Scientist' gave a confident response when asked if he was worried about his life ban from the PGA Tour after turning his back to cash in on the Saudi millions - $125m, to be exact. 

'It doesn't make sense (the ban). No, I'm not worried about that,' DeChambeau, the 2020 US Open winner, said. 'I think it will get figured out. 

'I personally know that it will get figured out, whether it's legally or whether they come to the table and work out terms. I definitely think it will wash itself out in the future, pretty shortly.'

Referring to himself as 'a bit of a trendsetter', DeChambeau pedaled the same line to Tucker about 'growing the game' that many of his LIV Golf peers have spoken about.

'First and foremost, it is a lot of opportunity to do something different in the game of golf,' the 28-year-old said. 'I've always been a bit of a trendsetter. Growing up I always thought I'd do something cool in the game of golf. 

Bryson DeChambeau 'personally knows' the PGA Tour will resolve is LIV Golf standoff

Bryson DeChambeau 'personally knows' the PGA Tour will resolve is LIV Golf standoff

DeChambeau, pictured in last week's LIV event, took $125m to join the Saudi-backed series

DeChambeau, pictured in last week's LIV event, took $125m to join the Saudi-backed series 

DeChambeau won the US Open in 2020 and says joining LIV helps him to grow the game

DeChambeau won the US Open in 2020 and says joining LIV helps him to grow the game

'I've always thought golf has to tailor to the younger generation and I am all about growing the game of golf. I think that in every industry, no matter what it is, it has always been changing and innovating and golf isn't any different. New formats and teams is enhancing the spirit of the game.'

But there is only so long any LIV Golf player can talk about the series before discussing the vast sums of money on offer just to turn

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