Cameron Smith

Cameron Smith, an Australian golfer, has decided to play exclusively on the PGA Tour in the near future.

The 28-year-old golfer won his first major championship with one of golf’s best final rounds at St. Andrews. He took home the Claret Jug at the 150th Open Championship. He was rumored to be set to be announced as the LIV Golf Series’ highest-ranked player. The player was expected to join the rebel league as early as this week.

Cameron Smith won his first major championship with one of golf’s finest final rounds at St. Andrews to

During the press conference that followed his shocking victory on Sunday, Smith attempted to shift the attention back to the journalist who had asked the question regarding his possible betrayal of the team.
Although Smith’s ties to the rebel tour are as strong as ever, Telegraph Sport reports that Smith will finish out the PGA season. Despite this, Smith will not play on the rebel tour.

Others, such as Ryder Cup captain Henrik Stenson, could be named any day prior to the third LIV event. It will take place in New Jersey the following week.

Officials from the Ryder Cup will meet with Stenson, who won the Open Championship in 2016, in an effort to encourage the Swede to continue serving as Europe’s Ryder Cup captain rather than joining LIV Golf.

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