Phil Mickelson has to pay 1 trillion won to leave LIV Golf

Players who moved to LIV golf must pay a large penalty if they withdraw and return to the PGA tour. In a word, it is impossible for them to return to the PGA Tour. 카지노사이트

Sports Illustrated reported on the 30th (Korean time) that LIV golf players signed a contract condition in which they had to pay from 2 to 4 times the down payment received if they withdrew.

Major championship winners such as Phil Mickelson, Dustin Johnson, Brooks Koepka, Bryson Dishambeau, and Patrick Reed (above) are known to have received contracts of around $100 million.

Therefore, if they want to withdraw from LIV Golf, they will have to pay a penalty of up to 400 million dollars. Mickelson, who received a down payment of 200 million dollars, must pay up to 800 million dollars, or more than 1 trillion won in Korean money, to return to the PGA Tour.

Such contract conditions are becoming a shackle that prevents players from leaving LIV golf at all once they have entered. LIV Golf also stipulates that players must participate in 10 to 14 tournaments a year in their contracts.


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