Dustin Johnson had a great LIV season.
The former world number one spoke out three weeks ago about his dismay at joining the Greg Norman-led tour. He sarcastically said that he “really regretted my decision.” If we’re talking about form or money, there’s little to be unhappy about.
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DJ has participated in all seven LIV events. He also won the team finale in Boston. He then went on to win another two runner-up finishes: sixth, seventh, and eighth. He has just over $10million to show for it. However, that’s not all.
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Captain of the most successful series of teams, 4 AcesGC, DJ, can earn $7 million more and, further, the overall prize for an individual – an incredible $35million dollars for 21 rounds!
The two-time major champion wants to shake up his four-man team. was first reported by ESPN.
LIV is expected to grow almost everything in 2023. The publication reports the DJ has resigned Talor Gooch to make way for Peter Uihlein. In 2021, the winner of the RSM moved to Bubba Watson’s NiblicksGC. Watson does not intend to continue with Watson in the new season.
Gooch has been in the news for most of the time that he has been at LIV. This has often prompted criticism from those who support the traditional values of the sport. Former standout amateur Uihlein found his best form during the traveling series. He started with a fourth-place finish at LIV London before losing in the play-off at LIV Chicago. Brooks Koepka finished in Jeddah in second place.
The transfers are not something that both may be too fussy about, as the two split almost $20 million in win, place, and team prizes-money.