Golf suffers from LIV

On Sunday, the LIV Golf Invitational Boston looked like a charity scramble at a country club: men played in shorts with cigars and chilled beers. Lee Westwood, who had a great final round to win, 

lost a lob wedge from 100 yards into a greenside bunker. Dustin Johnson's last 40-yard approach shot into the trees.
8 feet short. In rage, he shattered his putter and finished with a wedge.

At times, the event looked to be exactly what it was touted to be: a gathering of the world's best players competing for a $4 million first prize at The International Club in Bolton.

Johnson won the playoff with a 40-foot eagle. The ball struck the hole's back. Joaquin Niemann and Anirban Lahiri were eliminated.

Greg Norman, who has a vendetta against the PGA Tour, created it when it wasn't required. He fought for over three decades to launch a global tour, and the Saudis funded it.

The Saudis are using golf, boxing, pro wrestling, and car racing to modify perceptions of their nation and human rights crimes. It's called "sportswashing," but it probably isn't.

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