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Tiger Woods says PGA Tour's talks with PIF remain 'fluid' - ESPN

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Tiger Woods said progress has been made in the PGA Tour's negotiations with Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund, but there is a «long way to go still» in bringing the fractured sport back together.

Woods' comments came a day after independent director Jimmy Dunne resigned from the PGA Tour's policy board and said talks with the PIF had slowed down. They come less than a week after Rory McIlroy told reporters that other player directors weren't comfortable with him returning to the policy board.

PIF finances the rival LIV Golf League, which has poached several top golfers from the PGA Tour over the past two-plus years, including former major champions Jon Rahm, Dustin Johnson, Brooks Koepka and others.

«Well, I think we're working on negotiations with PIF,» Woods said Tuesday at Valhalla Golf Club, the site of this week's PGA Championship. «It's ongoing, it's fluid. It changes day-to-day. Has there been progress? Yes, but it's an ongoing negotiation, so a lot of work ahead for all of us with this process. And so we're making steps and it may not be giant steps, but we're making steps.»

Woods was added to the influential policy board for the first time on Aug. 1 after a group of the PGA Tour's biggest stars sent a letter to commissioner Jay Monahan demanding more transparency from the tour.

Woods is one of six player directors on the board, along with Patrick Cantlay, Jordan Spieth, Adam Scott, Peter Malnati and Webb Simpson.

There were five independent directors on the board, including Dunne. Along with Monahan and policy board chairman Ed Herlihy, Dunne helped negotiate the PGA Tour's stunning framework agreement with the PIF, which was announced on June 6.

The framework agreement expired on Dec. 31,

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