DP World Tour pro Mike Lorenzo-Vera has shifted his attention back to LIV Golf, saying he believes 'public apologies' are needed from some players if they wish to return to the European-based circuit.
Lorenzo-Vera has caught the headlines in recent weeks after voicing his frustration at the pace of play on tour.
The Frenchman took to social media during his second round of the BMW International Open in Germany to blast the dawdlers in the field.
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He later stated the battle against slow play is 'fake' because some players sitting on the tournament committee are guilty parties.
Now Lorenzo-Vera has shifted his anger back towards LIV Golf and the agreement between the PGA Tour, DP World Tour and the Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia, telling bunkered's Ben Parsons he believes the merger is 'a huge **** show'.
He told the publication he initially thought the announcement was a joke.
The 38-year-old said all the players want is a bit of honesty.
Lorenzo-Vera was one of the first players to criticise the LIV Golf Invitational Series when it launched last June, urging other players to speak out over the 'joke' series.
This tour pro believes the battle against slow play is fake. Here's why: https://t.co/GtEvmxE9dE— GolfMagic (@GolfMagic) June 28, 2023
The aforementioned agreement between golf's leading organisations opens the door for LIV players to return to the DP World Tour and PGA Tour.
Several leading PGA Tour players are said to be unhappy they rejected millions of dollars to join LIV, only for the PGA Tour to make an about-face management policy.
PGA Tour pro Peter Malnati recently stated he believes those players who rejected Saudi money will be compensated in 'creative ways' as he urged under fire commissioner Jay Monahan to clarify his future.
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