“Too late” – Fans react to Tiger Woods posting a message on the PGA Tour soon after Jon Rahm's LIV Golf move announcement

Golf fans have reacted to Tiger Woods' recent social media post about the new changes on the PGA Tour for the upliftment of golf.

Woods' post came right after 2023 Masters winner Jon Rahm announced his LIV Golf move.

In the two-page document, the player directors - including Tiger Woods, Patrick Cantlay, Jordan Spieth, Peter Malnati, Adam Scott, Charley Hoffman and Webb Simpson - mentioned the new changes on the tour and also the negotiation deal with the Saudi Arabia Public Investment Fund.

Woods posted the document on his X (formerly Twitter) account just after Rahm made his big announcement.


The 15-time Major champion tweeted that PGA Tour player directors have been working to unify the tour.

However, fans in the comments section took a jibe at the legendary golfer and said it was too late for him to unify the PGA Tour because Jon Rahm had already moved to LIV Golf.

May as well copy this to send out when the next player leaves the PGA for LIV. It will save you time," commented another fan.

PIF is just slow playing the end of the PGA Tour. They will soon have full control and just merge both together and run it how they want. All the players in the PGA Tour will be left begging to get in," another fan chimed in.


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