‘No doubt going there’: Cory Conners definitely doesn’t want to join the new LIV Golf series

St Andrews, Scotland | Cory Conners has worked so hard with his career that he definitely doesn’t want to join the controversial new LIV Golf series. Even if he was offered a package of gold, he would refuse because he loves his career.

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“I’m not interested in that. There’s no way to go there,” the 30-year-old Ontario, best Canadian golfer, confirmed at 29e global rank.

“I am happy with my career and life on the PGA Tour. It is really fun. I love to play the PGA tournaments and participate in the Canadian Open as well as the major tournaments. I have absolutely no intention of leaving him.”

Is this to compete with the global elite in golf, Conners worked hard for ten years. He started at the bottom of the golf ladder and never missed a step.

He trained on the Canadian Tour, Latin Tour and PGA Waiting Room, Korn Ferry, for several years.

Since the 2017-2018 season, he has been playing full time at the best circuit in the world. Why did he leave her?

busy calendar

Definitely not for the money or to make it easier by participating in a few tournaments each season.

The Canadian likes to keep busy. He participates in an average of 26 tournaments per season. If he could, he would play it all. But he understood that he also had to rest to keep fit.

So he joins the words Tiger Woods gave earlier this week, during his press conference in St Andrews. Asked about the new league bets being paid by Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund, Woods said he did not understand the motives of golfers joining it.

According to him, the experience gained on the way to the PGA Tour is invaluable, as well as earning a living as a professional golfer who travels the world and competes in the biggest tournaments.

“I started at the foot of the mountain. Once I get to the top, it doesn’t make sense to leave everything behind to join the new league. I still have a lot to accomplish in the PGA. I want to continue climbing the rankings and break into the top 10. This is done by Playing with the PGA.

Among other reasons, he also insists on participating in major tournaments. He tasted his first foray into the 2015 Masters Tournament. It also won’t leave those future prospects on the line as governing bodies, such as the Royal and Ancient, have announced that they will slightly revise the eligibility criteria, starting in 2023.

quail hollow lens

Connors will continue at Monahan Circuit. Moreover, he is watching an event that has circulated around him for a long time: the Presidents Cup.

This will be played at Quail Hollow Golf Club in North Carolina at the end of September.

Connors is currently ranked sixth in the international team standings, and will continue to climb. Right in front of him, Abraham Ancer’s name will be gone once he hits his first starting point in the LIV Golf league next week.

Mackenzie Hughes and Adam Hadwin in a good position, respectively 11e and 12e. The next escapees will open the doors for them.

“The guys get out of the race with their own decision. Connors insisted I really wanted to get my place on the team. VOICE 28e Ranking in this Open will help him gain valuable points.

“It is also very disappointing because we want to put together the best international team. I could see myself playing with Abby. [Abraham Ancer]. But I can’t. I would be able to play with any teammate.”

awesome week

You’ve had to watch him walk around the old stadium all week. In his third appearance at the British Open, it was the native Listowel, Ont. Wide eyes and a smile from ear to ear. And that is, even if the Impossible has visited the Road Hole Bunker twice. Gain experience in links.

“It’s been an amazing week. It’s such a special place. It was my first visit and I felt uniquely supported by the spectators. This course has really stood the test of time. It’s a pleasure to walk around. I really hope to be back there.”

St Andrews Express

strange time

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marked oath

Not to be avoided, one feels a split between golfers on the PGA Tour and those who have turned their backs to join the LIV Golf Series. this is sad. But one thing is for sure, that not even all the gold in the world can buy such a prestigious tournament, in such a historical and important place, that offers a competition as high as the World Open. Not even the Saudi Public Investment Fund…

unforgettable week


Ruins of St Andrews Castle.

Photograph by Francois David Rouleau

Ruins of St Andrews Castle.

An unforgettable trip to St Andrews for golfers, spectators and journalists alike. The second visit to the golf cradle was just as delicious as the first in 2015. Although different and less fancy, it allowed me to discover the small Scottish town every day. Every morning and evening outing brought me pleasant surprises and taught me more about the charming little Scottish town. On the cliff of the North Sea, the ruins of St Andrews Castle are impressive.

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