It's been a chaotic past 24 hours on the PGA Tour.
The news shocked the sports world after a year of lawsuits and the PGA Tour being adamant that they were anti-LIV Golf and what it stood for.
As further details of this merger trickled through, it was discovered that players had found out about the news like the rest of the world: online through things like Twitter.
I love finding out morning news on Twitter— Collin Morikawa (@collin_morikawa) June 6, 2023
This week, many of those players are in Toronto for the RBC Canadian Open being played at Oakdale Golf and Country Club.
After the game-changing announcement, a players meeting followed at the tournament.
According to Golf Digest, during the meeting, there had been calls for PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan to resign.
PGA Tour veteran Johnson Wagner listened in on the discussion through the phone. He told Golf Channel following the meeting that he felt players were 90-10 against the new merger.
Geoff Ogilvy, an 8-time PGA Tour winner, also spoke to Golf Channel following the meeting.
He was asked whether the PGA Tour boss had been called a "hypocrite" during it.
"It was mentioned yeah, and he took it, he said yeah," Ogilvy said.
Here's the clip of Ogilvy's response:
Goeff Ogilvy spoke to reporters after the players meeting:— NUCLR GOLF (@NUCLRGOLF) June 6, 2023
Q: Did any players call Jay a hypocrite during the meeting?
Ogilvy: “It was mentioned yeah, and he took it, he said yeah”