The noise around Cameron Smith doesn’t stop For one reason or another, some very good and some less so, the Aussie kept being in the eye of the storm as his future was tied to LIV Golf. The latest was a statement sent by his agent to PGA Tours where he announces that he will not contest BMW Championshipsecond FedEx Cup Playoff.
“Unfortunately, Cam will not be able to compete this week in the BMW Championship due to Wilmington, Of the. He has been suffering from hip discomfort for several months and thinks resting this week is the best thing to do to achieve his goal of winning the FedEx Cup“, we read in the notification signed by Martin budyour agent.
A barrage of speculation has been spilled on social media since his release was made official. Most of them are related to the Australian not playing on the PGA Tour anymore. If we pay attention to the statement, it doesn’t seem like it will be like that. This gives the feeling that he has the firm intention of playing in the final of the FedEx Cup in Atlanta to try to win it.
Smith is currently the FedEx number 3, so he is up to his eyeballs in the battle for victory. Let’s not forget that the prize for the winner of the FedEx is 18 million euros and the third classified, for example, will receive five. It seems hard for the Aussie to give up amounts like these no matter how much he pays LIV Golf.
Either way, his loss in the BMW is going to line up. There are those who even associate it with the penalty received for the bad fall on Saturday. A backlash. These are all more or less plausible speculations, although the truth is known only to Smith himself. Before this fall was his huge victory in the OpenChampionshiphis cryptic press conferences or the aforementioned sentence.
Patrick Reed, another victim who arouses speculation
Cameron Smith’s loss isn’t the only “strange” this week related to LIV Golf. patrick reed He will also not play the Korea International Series, despite the fact that his presence was announced for several weeks. More specifically, we made sure that the champion of the Masters of Augusta in 2018 he would be in Singapore, where he played and finished in 31st place, and Korea. There’s no official statement on this, so it’s unclear whether he’s suffering from a physical ailment or maybe he’s decided to change his schedule. The next LIV Golf Tournament will take place in Boston from September 3-5.
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