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Max Homa shot his career-low score in the second round of the Tour Championship and he felt the love from the crowd despite hearing some weird comments.
Collin Morikawa and Patrick Cantlay both expressed reservations about the Player Impact Program and questioned the necessity of the colossal amount of money involved.
"It’s a reward for being a great ambassador of the game and remaining visible."
The PGA Tour announced in a memo to its players that they will increase purses and bonuses from 2022.
PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan reportedly confirmed the cash increases from 2022 in a memo to the players.
PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan has said the results will be kept under lock and key
Brooks Koepka and Bryson DeChambeau are likely to be two of the biggest "needle-pushers" on the PGA Tour and are set to be part of the $40 million prize pool.
Bryson DeChambeau has said that his spat with Brooks Koepka will play into his hands with the Player Impact Program fund.
The World No.1 supports the new Player Impact Program introduced by the PGA Tour.
Golf legend Fred Couples took to social media to have his say on the PGA Tour's new bonus system.
The Instagram star also suggested that content creators like herself should get more recognition from the PGA Tour.
Tiger Woods is unsurprisingly the most searched for golfer on Google, whilst the player in second might come as a surprise to you...
The World No.3 thinks the PGA Tour's new Player Impact Program is good for the game.