In one of the more ambitious proposals currently doing the rounds, a report by SI has revealed LIV Golf are trying to float the idea of 'cross-pollination' with their PGA Tour rival.
It is an outlandish idea, given the two tour's are suing each other.
But one exec at the breakaway tour has suggested they believe there is scope for an agreement whereby the top four players in the PGA Tour's FedEx Cup come into compete in the LIV Golf League, with the top four 'rebel' players teeing it up at The Players Championship.
"We're not going anywhere," this executive said, adding:
As far as Nicklaus can see, he doesn't even consider them 'part of the game anymore'.
Read more of what he had to say by clicking here.
LIV Golf have now played seven events of their 14-tournament season.
Last week, they returned to their streaming roots by broadcasting on YouTube once again amid reports their TV ratings have been dismal.
LIV Golf is bankrolled by Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund. The rival league has spent a mind-boggling sum of money ever since its inception.
This was described as a 'flawed' business plan by PGA of America CEO Seth Waugh before the PGA Championship that was ultimately won by Brooks Koepka.
Despite this, the unnamed exec believes LIV will be around for decades.
LIV Golf star WIPED from the social accounts of Brooks Koepka's team— GolfMagic (@GolfMagic) May 30, 2023
Elsewhere, the exec explained plans for LIV to have corporate sponsorship and have 'home' venues for each team.
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