Fred Couples has claimed PGA Tour player Will Zalatoris rejected two offers from the LIV Golf League.
The first offer? A cool $35m. The second? Apparently the Saudi-backed league upped their offer to a mind-boggling $130m. Zalatoris said no.
Couples made the revelation about the former rookie of the year in an interview with The Orange County Register.
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The hall of famer was speaking to reporters ahead of the Hoag Classic on the PGA Tour Champions.
Of Zalatoris, he told the publication:
Couples and Zalatoris share the same agent. Couples, who won the 1992 Masters, revealed Zalatoris was offered $35m initially.
They came back with another offer of $130m and Zalatoris still wouldn't budge.
The 63-year-old said he has no problem with LIV.
What he does have an issue is, however, is some of the comments made by some of those who have bolted from the PGA Tour.
Couples took aim at Cameron Smith in this regard. It's not the first time Couples has gone after Smith.
The Aussie was quoted as saying he could spend more time with his friends and family in Australia after his move to LIV Golf.
Couples said he found Smith's comment as 'comical'.
He also went as far as labelling Sergio Garcia 'a clown' for his outbursts and Phil Mickelson 'a nutbag'.
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Couples said he's still fond of Mickelson and regards him as one of the top-10 players to have ever played the game.
But he added:
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