Graeme McDowell reacts to comedy impressionist who rips LIV Golf players

The comedy impressionist Conor Moore has posted an hilarious video taking aim at the LIV Golf players.

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Wed, 22 Jun 2022
Graeme McDowell reacts to comedy impressionist who rips LIV Golf players

Conor Moore is one of golf's favourite comedy impressionists. Now he's hilariously gone after the LIV Golf players.

Also known as Conor Sketches, the comedian has taken aim at the players who have decided to participate in the controversial series.

He's posted another hilarious video that stars Moore as Brooks Koepka, Dustin Johnson, Phil Mickelson, Graeme McDowell and Sergio Garcia. 

Lee Westwood also joins in from his private jet.

Watch the video below:



Talk of money has dominated the sport in recent weeks and months. 

In the sketch, Koepka is welcomed to the LIV Golf family to the tune of "For The Love of Money" by the O'Jays. 

It has not been reported what Koepka's signing on fee with LIV Golf is.

His signing has not officially been confirmed yet. 

But four-time major winner Koepka has stripped his social media bio of any mention of the PGA Tour and he's also withdrawn from the forthcoming Travelers Championship.

The next LIV Golf Invitational Series event is due to take place next weekend at Pumpkin Ridge in Portland over from 30 July to 2 July. 

The first LIV Golf Series event was won by South Africa's Charl Schwartzel, who pocketed $4.75million in total.

In a direct response to LIV Golf, the PGA Tour have announced sweeping changes to their schedule and plan on introducing no-cut events with prize purses to rival Greg Norman's LIV Golf.

From next season, there will be events on the PGA Tour where prize purses reach $20million

Only players who are in the top 50 in the FedEx Cup points race are eligible to compete.

The PGA Tour will also reportedly change their schedule to co-incide with the calender year and remove the wraparound season.

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