Scottie Scheffler might not have publicly commented on Cameron Smith’s rumored defection to LIV Golf, however maybe his current actions might be interpreted as to how he’s actually feeling.
When paired Thursday for the primary spherical of the PGA Tour’s FedEx St. Jude Championship in Memphis, Tenn., Scheffler walked instantly in entrance of Smith as the latter tried to line up a putt on the inexperienced. Regardless of breaking one of many unwritten guidelines of golf, Scheffler continued on as if nothing awkward transpired.
Unsurprisingly, Twitter had a area day discussing the quizzical interplay.
Earlier within the spherical, nevertheless, Scheffler and Smith did share a high-five after the Aussie smacked a hole-out eagle on the par-4 thirteenth gap.
Smith has been on the middle of the information cycle ever since fellow Australian golfer Cameron Percy introduced that Smith could be becoming a member of LIV Golf. The Telegraph additionally reported LIV has signed Smith for $100 million. When Smith was asked to address the rumors, the British Open champion and six-time winner replied, “I have no comment on that.”
The Saudi-backed tour has but to formally announce Smith’s signing.