Bryson DeChambeau weighs in on LIV Golf's shock 2024 plans

According to reports, LIV Golf are planning on introducing a transfer window to allow players to be traded during the 2024 campaign.

Bryson DeChambeau weighs in on LIV Golf's shock 2024 plans
Bryson DeChambeau weighs in on LIV Golf's shock 2024 plans

LIV Golf players will be able to be traded during the 2024 season, according to reports. 

It is expected that breakaway tour players will be able to switch sides once the competitive season gets underway next season. 

There are currently 12 teams in the LIV Golf League and there is also speculation that this could increase to 14. 

LIV Golf's backers - the Saudi Arabian PIF - are currently in ongoing discussions with the PGA Tour and DP World Tour to navigate a peaceful path forward for men's professional golf. 

Should the 'framework agreement' not be signed off then it is likely LIV would want to raid the PGA Tour for more talent, creating the opportunity to have more sides involved.

There have been no trades this campaign but during a mid-season break there was speculation that Matthew Wolff was desperately trying to find a new home after reportedly falling out with Brooks Koepka's Smash side. 


Koepka launched a blistering attack on Wolff, accusing the talented young American of 'giving up' during tournament rounds and having a bad attitude. 

A heartbroken Wolff responded to that criticism by immediately fired a 61 in the first tournament after Koepka called him out. 

SI have reported that the 2024 season will feature a transfer window and a trade deadline. 

Bryson DeChambeau weighs in on LIV Golf's shock 2024 plans

Bryson DeChambeau recently told reporters of this subject:

"I can't speak for everyone, but what I can say is that if it comes time to where someone's not performing well, and it's been enough time to try and get given that opportunity to play well and it's not been done, I will make a decision based on that."

He added: 

"It'd be money and an opportunity to be a part of something new, unique and special. And another opportunity to impact the game of golf in a unique way that's never been done before."

American Peter Uihlein wasn't traded after the 2022 season but was told by Koepka that he was surplus to requirements and he teamed up with Dustin Johnson's 4 Aces. Johnson had a slot in his team because Talor Gooch joined Bubba Watson's side. 

Uihlein told media that there are a number of reasons why players may wish to trade such as the value of each franchise, team dynamics and travel arrangements. 

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