Billy Horschel On The Possibility Of A Ryder Cup-Style Match Between LIV Golf And The PGA Tour

In a Ryder Cup-style match between the LIV and the PGA Tour, Billy Horschel says he would dearly want to compete 

against his pals Cameron Smith and Ian Poulter, but he acknowledges that it would be "lose-lose" for the PGA Tour.

Horschel, one of the most vocal tour pros against LIV Golf, makes his Presidents Cup debut this week for Team USA, but once again, 

the conversation is dominated by Greg Norman's new 54-hole series, which has left some notable players out of the match 

because they are ineligible due to their PGA Tour suspensions. Horschel is one of the most outspoken tour pros against LIV Golf.

"Yeah, I wouldn't mind participating, but you have to consider things - what would the PGA Tour gain from that? Nothing. We should succeed if we win.


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