If there's been one trend in the current golf landscape over the past year, it's this: When a PGA Tour or DP World Tour player is rumored to be thinking about joining LIV Golf,
it's likely to happen. (Though said player takes forever to admit that he defected to the League of Villains,
Adam Scott bucked the trend. Australian publicly considered the idea of a move to the breakaway league back in February
and admitted he was keeping an open mind due to LIV Golf's relatively relaxed schedule. However, he had since distanced himself from that conversation.
"One thing I didn't understand is to give up my entire professional life and try to accomplish these things here and leave it behind,
Scott told reporters ahead of the Presidents Cup, which starts Thursday in North Carolina. “Obviously I'm not ready for that.
Scott's comments are certainly interesting, considering how many stars have made the jump since joining Greg Norman's Saudi-funded league.
Golfers who chose to leave were suspended by the PGA Tour and lost their position in the Official World Golf Rankings, as LIV does not qualify for ranking points.