Rory McIlroy surpasses Tiger Woods on the Player Impact Program leaderboard, as top 20 players share $100 million in PGA Tour bonuses
“This is an absolute kick in the face to the rest of the PGA Tour players,” said one veteran pro.
It appears McIlroy’s decision to withdraw is going to cost him.
The Tour’s story noted that “further details will be shared with the membership in the coming weeks.”
For missing events, will Tiger Woods lose PIP money? Jay Monahan, PGA Tour Commissioner, offered his opinion.
“I think it’s hard for me to say what’s going to happen until it actually happens, OK?”
It’s fair to suggest Tiger Woods owes a chunk of that 15 mil to golf’s Great White Shark.
Fifteen million doesn’t even begin to cover it.
“Hey, I gave him a pretty good run,” McIlroy said.
Players will be allowed to miss one elevated event for “personal or professional reasons only.”
Bryson deChambeau, Bubba Watson claim that PGA Tour still owes half of their PIP money. That’s why Bryson is still a plaintiff in a lawsuit
“It’s not about the money; it’s about the principle.”