Five-time PGA Tour winner and former NBC on-course reporter Roger Maltbie says working for LIV Golf one day would be a "shock" because of a previous "spat" he had with Greg Norman, who is now the CEO of the Saudi-backed circuit.
Golfweek last week reported how Maltbie, along with Gary Koch, will no longer be returning to NBC's golf coverage in 2023 as a result of the broadcast company looking to "refresh" their team.
So what next for Maltbie?
Probably not LIV Golf...
Maltbie appeared on SiriusXM's PGA Tour show earlier this week to reveal exactly why that is the case:
"There's hurt feelings and there's also a lot of gratitude."— SiriusXM PGA Tour Radio (@SiriusXMPGATOUR) November 15, 2022
The golf world is still reacting to the news that Roger Maltbie's time with NBC Sports is ending. Maltbie himself reacts with Gary & Drew on McCord & Stoltz. Hear the full interview on the SXM App.@thesleezyman pic.twitter.com/BPQd78kdMi
But despite that, if the call did come just as it did for David Feherty earlier this year, Maltbie would have "no compunction about going to work for somebody that's willing to pay you a salary."
Maltbie, who won five times on the PGA Tour between 1975 and 1985, added: