Jon Rahm Expelled By PGA Tour After Joining LIV Golf

The player has been informed of this since joining with the Saudi circuit.

Jon Rahm Rejected PGA Tour Player Of The Year Award

The Spanish golfer Jon Rahm signed a deal for over 500 million euros with LIV Golf, the Saudi circuit, and as a result, the PGA Tour suspended him.

By informing the golfer of his ban due to “his association with unauthorized tournaments,” the PGA Tour followed protocol.

The removal of Rahm, who was ranked 18th, will help a number of players for the upcoming season, including Mackenzie Hughes of Canada, who moves up to 50th from 51st. That will let him to compete in the eighth circuit-wide premier events.

The tour commissioner strikes Rahm’s name from the FedEx Cup eligibility points list in this manner, according to Golf Digest. The points from the four events Rahm has won are no longer relevant, which has an impact on the remaining standings.

Following his affiliation with other unapproved competitions, Jon Rahm has been advised that he is suspended and is no longer able to compete in PGA Tour tournaments, as per the PGA Tour’s announcement, which was picked up by NBC.

There has been an enormous change in the golf world after Saudi Arabian-based League of Legends (AL LIV) signed Jon Rahm in 2022. David Puig, Eugenio Lopez Chacarra, Sergio Garcia, and other national players are joined in this circuit by the Spaniard.

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