Since the LIV League was founded, the world of golf is divided. The LIV Golf was founded by Greg Norman one of the greatest golfers. Saudi Arabia is the backer of the LIV Golf. The breakaway league has been a global phenomenon. Many big names have joined the league, leaving the PGA in the dust. Golfer Eugenio Chácarra has been seen recently singing praises for the league. He said it was the “best place” for newly-turned professional golfers.
The Spaniard himself has taken a similar path. He was on the first All-American team at Oklahama State University. He was even ranked second in the World Amateur Golf Ranking. Chacarra gave up his senior year to take on golf as a career and joined LIV.
At the Portland, he would make his debut as a professional. Chacarra then went on to demonstrate his lessons and skills as he won LIV Golf Bangkok, earning a cash prize worth $4 million. This was only his fifth major start at the age of 22.
He believes that his career choice was the best one. He would not have accepted the invitation to play on the Korn Ferry Tour for the PGA. Chacarra believes that top prospects should follow his example and join Greg Norman’s established League instead of the traditional PGA.
Eugenio Chamarra praises LIV Golf
It will be difficult to find the best players. You always have the option. The LIV Golf, not the money, is where I would like to be after college. I get tired of hearing about money. I feel we’re playing against some of the best players on the planet. We want to defeat them. “We want to learn from their mistakes,” Chacarra stated his opinion.
The format of play, and the number rounds are the two main differences between LIV and PGA. Chacarra stated that he prefers the team format to the individual one. Chacarra, 23, is a member of the Fireballs GC led by Sergio Garcia. Abraham Ancer, Carlos Ortiz and Abraham Ancer are the other members of this team.
The LIV Golf may not be able to attract top players due to the OWGR points. LIV Golf participants do not receive these points. Talor Gooch’s ranking was affected a few days back despite him winning two consecutive LIV events. Greg Norman, CEO of the company, has confirmed that a request has been made. It is yet to be seen if his request will be granted or not.