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Jon Rahm, LIV stars agree LIV-PGA Tour split not sustainable - ESPN

MIAMI — Four-time major champion Rory McIlroy isn't the only player who believes the current state of men's professional golf — with elite players competing on the PGA Tour or LIV Golf League — is not sustainable.

Defending Masters champion Jon Rahm, Phil Mickelson, Bryson DeChambeau and other LIV Golf League players said the sport needs to be reunited before too many golf fans turn away for good.

«The fans are what drive this sport,» DeChambeau said Wednesday at a pre-tournament news conference at Trump National Doral in Miami. «If we don't have fans, we don't have golf. We are not up here entertaining. That's the most important thing as of right now — the low-hanging fruit. There's got to be a way to come together.

»And it needs to happen fast. It's not a two-year thing. Like it needs to happen quicker rather than later just for the good of the sport. Too many people are losing interest."

Most of the best golfers in the world will play together in next week's Masters at Augusta National Golf Club. It's the first of the four major championships when golfers from the competing circuits will play together. The LIV Golf League will have 13 players, including seven past Masters champions, competing at Augusta National next week.

«The only answer is for us to somehow come together in some sort of terms where it makes sense and for us to be playing all again in somewhat of the same boat,» DeChambeau said. «It's great to have the majors where we come together, but we want to be competing — at least I want to be competing every week — with all of the best players in the world.»

PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan and members of the policy board, including Tiger Woods and other player directors, met with Yasir Al-Rumayyan,