Max Homa has revealed he was hugely in favour of keeping cuts as he defended the huge changes coming to the PGA Tour next year.
It is absolutely no surprise he defended the changes, given that he was named on the Players Advisory Council alongside the likes of Rory McIlroy.
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The American, who has now tasted victories six times on the circuit, has seen all sides of the tour.
We're sure you need absolutely no reminding that it was six years ago Homa lost his tour card after missing 15 of 17 cuts.
He's seen the tour as a rank-and-file pro and is now one of their brightest stars. We're talking Ryder Cup good.
Homa stated he 'loved the changes' that were confirmed earlier in the week.
And he went further on the topic after playing his third round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill.
According to a report by SI's Gabrielle Herzig, Homa actually pushed to keep cuts. In fact, he was 'one of the few voices' arguing to keep them.
But Homa told the publication it's not necessarily a bad thing that the changes similar to LIV.
He told SI:
That being said, he contended the product was much easier to sell to sponsors.
Homa said he "completely understands" the position the PGA Tour is in now.
His comments come as the aforementioned McIlroy claimed Europe should 'get in the mix' with designated events.
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