The third LIV Golf Show was held last weekend in New Jersey at Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster where someone won the championship and got a lot of money.
I’m sure some teams also won a good chunk of money for the best results.
Oh, and the other players who didn’t even come close to winning still probably won a bunch of money too.
Most sports fans have probably forgotten all this by now because what happens at LIV Golf events doesn’t really matter. None of them make sense. They are underrated exhibitions that are played over three days with no cut-offs and no reason to care who lifts the trophy on the last day.
There is no spark. There is no date. Nothing even comes close to connecting fans with players because one is ever supposed to care about a golfer making more money for their bank account?
I watch a lot of golf. There is a lot of golf to watch and I have no idea who won the second LIV Golf event that happened a few weeks ago. I guess you’re not and I also think that the anonymous people on Twitter who would yell at anyone questioning this stupid league would have to do a Google search to find the answer.
LIV is an empty wasteland where players indulge in the Saudi-funded league money and don’t care about anything at all. There is no depth and no exciting stories.
This week’s tournament was held at Trump’s training session and the former president was there wearing the same white jersey, black shorts and silly red hat every day, receiving loud cheers from fans who may have cried in the past how there is no place for politics in sports.
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It fits everything that happened at the LIV Golf event because again, these things are stray cues that come and go like the wind and no one really cares what happened between the ropes.
Look at Phil Mickelson. Do you remember him, right? He finished near the back of the pack again with 6 points. He’s now 26 participants in the three LIV Shows but again, none of that matters. His checks are giant cash and that seems to be the most important thing here.
There will be more LIV events, big checks, and Carney-like broadcasters trying to tell viewers how amazing and different everything is at these shows.
But the only real difference is that nothing is important and nothing will be remembered for long.