LIV Golfers Left to Lament Missing Out on Presidents Cup

LIV Golfers Left to Lament Missing Out on Presidents Cup

SUGAR GROVE, Ill. – Nearing his 40th birthday, the decision to leave the comfort of the PGA Tour and DP World Tours for the disruptive LIV Golf Invitational Series was, ultimately, not a difficult one for Louis Oosthuizen.

The South African who won the 2010 British Open at St. Andrews and contended in three major championships just last year saw an opportunity for a change in lifestyle and significant monetary gain.

With little fanfare, he quietly resigned his PGA Tour membership before he became known that he had joined LIV Golf and was fully ready to embrace a new chapter in his career.

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