LIV Golf player Paul Casey says he'll be watching the forthcoming Ryder Cup but he'll have the sound off.
Casey has given a wide-ranging interview to Golf Digest in which he said it was 'never anyone's intent' for the Ryder Cup to be damaged after a host of European legends bolted for the rival league last June.
Perhaps taking to the Marco Simone Golf & Country Club as a player next month would have been one step too far.
Maybe one day all will be forgiven and they can be welcomed back into the fold as captains and vice-captains.
Casey told Golf Digest:
Casey claimed even DP World Tour chief executive Keith Pelley admitted in private the Ryder Cup situation needs to be resolved.
Monahan expressed confidence the 'framework agreement' will be agreed before the 31 December deadline, although it has to be said it will hinge on players' involvement.
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Casey said there is 'a big mess' to sort out and he wouldn't offer his opinion because there are already 'too many'.
The Englishman, who claimed he was 'in a spiral' before he joined LIV for a reported $20-30m, did say that 'more consideration needs to be given to the fans'.
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