Jay Monahan was accused of selling PGA Tour's soul when he confirmed the circuit had agreed a deal LIV Golf's Saudi backers.
There is likely not a word in the dictionary that could do justice to what transpired on 6 June and the golf world is still digesting it.
In the immediate aftermath of the bombshell news Monahan, who has spent the last two years making jibes against the Saudis, faced the PGA Tour membership in what was described as a tense meeting.
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As for Monahan, he later faced the media and - in this writer's opinion - struggled to own his hypocrisy after the 9/11 Families condemned his U-turn.
"He used our stories, our pain and our suffering to malign LIV Golf a year ago," said Terry Strada, the National Chair of 9/11 Families United, adding:
Despite the heat, some are suggesting this play by Monahan will be hailed in years to come.
A former PGA Tour executive told Golfweek's Adam Schupak:
And another former PGA Tour pro told the publication:
Elsewhere, a report by SI has revealed the parameters of what this agreement involves.
Monahan reportedly will have the power to disband LIV if he wants to.
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