LIV Golf pro finds one aspect of Greg Norman's rival league 'frustrating'

LIV Golf's Jediah Morgan has described one aspect of the Greg Norman-led league frustrating. 

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Fri, 14 Apr 2023
LIV Golf pro finds one aspect of Greg Norman's rival league 'frustrating'

LIV Golf pro Jediah Morgan says he wants the breakaway tour to increase their schedule from 14 to 18 events. 

Morgan, 23, joined LIV Golf for its inaugural London event last summer. He played in every single individual tournament last season. 

The Aussie returned for 2023 on Ripper GC, which is captained by Cameron SmithMarc Leishman and Matt Jones are also in the side.  

So far, he's played in all three LIV events. The 2023 season has 14 events scheduled globally. 

Morgan, who will be teeing it up at LIV Golf Adelaide, had his best individual finish a few weeks ago in Orlando. 

It was the same tournament that saw Brooks Koepka become the league's first two-time winner.

"I think a lot of the guys would like to see it grow to 18 events," said Morgan, according to

His opinion contrasts from other 'rebel' players, who have stated they wanted to play less golf. LIV played eight events in their inaugural season. 

Morgan added: 

"But that's from a young guy speaking. Others might like 14.
"You probably need to play a few more events each year to keep yourself sharp.
"There's obviously quite a bit of time off with the LIV stuff at the moment, which is a little bit frustrating.
"Part of being a good golfer is playing a few tournaments in a row, and getting some form that way."

Unlike a significant portion of the players over on LIV Golf, Morgan is at the beginning of his career.

Before joining LIV, Morgan won the Australian Amateur in 2020 and then won the Australian PGA Championship a short while later in January 2022.

He then topped the Australian Tour order of merit in May shortly before joining LIV Golf. 

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