Tiger Woods breaks silence on Rory McIlroy ‘fallout’ after PGA Tour board snub

By | June 5, 2024

Tiger Woods breaks silence on “fight” with Rory McIlroy after PGA Tour committee rejection

Tiger Woods has responded to claims that he had a “fight” with the Northern Irishman after he was rejected from returning to the PGA Tour policy committee

Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods have each spoken out about an alleged feud between the two.
Tiger Woods has denied rumors that he had a feud with Rory McIlroy after the latter failed in his attempt to regain his spot on the PGA Tour policy committee. Speculations on the state of affairs among the elite of golf were rich, in particular after the resignation of WebB Simpson from the board of directors and the subsequent appointment of McILroy as successor, a recommendation which was ultimately rejected.
McILroy, who won the championship opened in 2014, had expressed his interest in returning to the board of directors, a role he occupied until November of the previous year. Despite criticizing LIV Golf in the past, his stance appears to be softening as the sport tries to resolve ongoing conflicts.

Nearly a year after the initial proposal to merge the PGA Tour, LIV Golf and DP World Tour, a “framework agreement” has yet to be reached. McIlroy appeared eager to move forward with the deal.

Amid the golf civil war, rumors are flying about the health of Tiger Woods’ relationship with friends Rory McIlroy and Rory McIlroy. However, Golf Digest reports that tension between McIlroy and Woods stems from McIlroy’s failed attempt to join the PGA Tour’s policy council. Amid the ongoing golf saga, Tiger Woods said there is no bad blood between him and Rory McIlroy, despite the rocky road surrounding merger talks with LIV Golf. “Well, what we’re looking at is … it’s good to see things differently, but overall we want to see what’s best for all the players, the fans and the golfing world,” he stressed, as he spoke with a unified voice, as reported by the Mirror on sporting issues. “How we get there has yet to be decided, but it’s all about tackling this together and fighting together to make golf better.”

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