Collin Morikawa appeared so fed up with chatter about the PGA Tour's agreement with LIV Golf's backers before the US Open he completely flipped the switch.
Two-time major champion Morikawa is one of the biggest names in the game.
So it is absolutely no surprise golf fans wanted to hear his thoughts about the stunning news that has now been flagged by US lawmakers.
Like a number of PGA Tour stars, Morikawa, 26, has had a few days to process the news. So what does he think?
"Yeah, I don't know anything," Morikawa said firmly. "So I'll talk about my FORE Youth Project that we're doing."
Morikawa eventually did succumb to the pressure and offered some thoughts on the partnership.
| Under fire PGA Tour boss Jay Monahan has stepped away from day-to-day operations after suffering a 'medical issue'. pic.twitter.com/UZcdnuPyMl— GolfMagic (@GolfMagic) June 14, 2023
When the #USOpen at LACC was first announced, @collin_morikawa was just a freshman at @CalMensGolf.— U.S. Open (USGA) (@usopengolf) June 13, 2023
But he knew THIS was the championship he wanted to play above all the rest. pic.twitter.com/T7eboAS78p
His comments come as PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan confirmed he is going on leave over a 'medical issue'.
We do not know what has happened to the under fire chief executive but high-ranking officials will assume the day-to-day activities.
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