There is no indication Chesson Hadley received a concrete offer from LIV Golf, but he still wants some compensation from the PGA Tour.
Hadley is currently ranked 297th in the OWGR - his highest was 56th - and is playing in the Canadian Open.
That has been overshadowed somewhat given the PGA Tour has decided to partner with LIV's Saudi backers to create a new for-profit golf entity.
McIlroy later claimed 'there should be something' by way of compensation for the players who decided to turn down mega offers.
Should that include Hadley? He concluded yes. After his first round at Oakdale Golf and Country Club he stated he should be offered something.
He asked a reporter: "Is it true that Jay said he's going to reward those who stayed loyal to the Tour? Did he say that?"
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The tour pro stated he feels a little bit in the dark with plans for the PGA Tour going forward.
He urged the top brass to 'get a move on' and start answering the questions the membership have.
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