Statement issued by the PGA Tour following Bubba Watson’s claim for pay-for-play

Nov, 2022

Last week, we reported that Bubba Watson claimed that was getting paid money to appear at sponsors’ events.

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The injured 43-year old has not been able to play a single ball on the Greg Norman-led tour, but he has been a captain non-playing for the Niblicks GC Team and was always expected to get a reply from his pay-masters.

Officials from the PGA Tour have issued a statement refuting claims that they had paid players to simply turn up at any event.

Their most recent statement is:

“We are aware that tournament sponsors might contract with players to do a sponsor-related activity during tournament weeks for which they receive no compensation.

This is allowed under our guidelines.

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