One Cameron doesn’t seem like bolting for LIV Golf in any case.
After reviews that reigning British Open and Gamers champ Cameron Smith was anticipated to hitch the Saudi-backed circuit, one other report, from The Instances of London on Wednesday, stated that Cameron Young would follow him. That doesn’t seem like the case, nevertheless, at the least for now. Two sources informed The Put up that Young, a Westchester County native, is probably going not headed to LIV.
A choose’s ruling denying a request by three LIV gamers to be allowed to take part within the PGA Tour’s FedEx Cup Playoffs, which started Thursday, might have performed an element in Young’s resolution, based on one of many sources.
Whereas touchdown Smith is one other vital get for LIV Golf, his title has lengthy been linked to the league. Young, nevertheless, can be one thing of a shock.
The 25-year-old rookie, whose father, David, is the longtime head professional at Sleepy Hole Nation Membership, has loved a terrific begin to his PGA Tour profession, with seven top-three finishes, together with a runner-up to Smith at the British Open final month.
Final spring, Young didn’t have standing on any tour earlier than working his approach onto the Korn Ferry Tour, on which he received twice. That earned him a PGA Tour card for this season, and in his second begin, he tied for second on the Sanderson Farms Championship final fall. He had a runner-up on the Genesis Invitational at famed Riviera in January. This spring, he had three-straight top-three finishes, capped by a tie for third on the PGA Championship at Southern Hills.
After the runner-up end at St. Andrews, adopted by a tie for second two weeks in the past on the Rocket Mortgage Traditional, Young has climbed to No. 17 on the planet.
In the meantime, gamers who tee it up for the rival faction proceed to be suspended by the PGA Tour.
On Thursday, Young shot a 3-under 67 within the opening spherical of the FedEx St. Jude Championship, the primary of three playoff occasions. He was tied for thirtieth heading into the second spherical.