Sad News 😭: Rory McIlroy reacts to ‘fall out’ with Tiger Woods after ‘messy’ PGA Visit choice

By | June 23, 2024

Sad News 😭: Rory McIlroy reacts to ‘fall out’ with Tiger Woods after ‘messy’ PGA Visit choice

The continuous transactions over a bargain between the PGA Visit and LIV Golf to join together the parties have brought pressures to the relationship between Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods

Rory McIlroy has demanded that his fellowship with Tiger Woods remains intaglio in spite of them opposing this idea almost long haul of golf.

Two of golf’s greatest stars have a long companionship, but have found themselves on inverse sides of the separate within the don as of late. Arrangements are continuous over a bargain between the PGA Visit and the Saudi Middle eastern supporters of LIV Golf taking after a bad tempered period.

McIlroy was already anti-LIV Golf, but has mollified his position and is presently a key figure who is attempting to join together the two camps. He has become a part of the exchange subcommittee trying to do a bargain – a position which came after he was rejected when he connected to re-join the PGA Tour’s approach board.

It has also brought him into strife with Woods, who supposedly voted against McIlroy being able to re-join the board. Reports had proposed their relationship had ‘soured’ due to the legislative issues. The Northern Irishman conceded that things “got lovely complicated and lovely untidy” but rejected reports that he and Woods had fallen out.
I would say, I mean, I think friends can have disagreements or not see things – I guess not – not see eye to eye on things but have disagreements on things,” McIlroy said. “I think that’s fine. But no, I wouldn’t say – we had a really good talk last Friday for 45 minutes, just about a lot of different things.

“No, there’s no strain there. I think we might see the future of golf a little bit differently, but I don’t think that should place any strain on a relationship or on a friendship.” McIlroy resigned from the PGA Tour policy board in November amid frustrations over the direction of the tour and the impact the role was having on his game and personal life.

Last month he accepted a plea from Webb Simpson, who wanted to resign from his role on the condition that McIlroy replaced him. But that idea was scuppered by the other members who rejected the world No.2’s return.


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