Jordan Spieth suggested PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan has a long way to go to win back trust as he criticised the continued lack of information available to players over the planned merger with LIV Golf's backers.
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PGA Tour boss Monahan is returning to work on 17 July.
He temporarily stepped away from his role owing to an unexplained medical condition.
When Monahan announced he would be resuming his duties, he did so with the admission the last two years had been 'gruelling'.
Spieth suggested Monahan is going to have to navigate some trust issues going forward, given that this deal was hatched in secret in a series of meetings across the globe.
"I think he realises that," said Spieth. "I'm sure he's preparing for a plan to try and build it back."
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