Harold Warner III said he had received some good advice from Michael Jordan about joining LIV Golf and the possibility of leaving the PGA Tour.
Warner, a 31-year-old golfer who won the Australian PGA Championship and PIF Saudi International, has a business relationship with Jordan and the Jordan brand. According to To Sports Illustrated On Friday, Warner “used” Jordan in his decision not to join LIV Golf.
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“I’m sure he made similar decisions before I was born so I think it helps,” Warner told the outlet. “But I see a lot of people as very wealthy and very successful and different places in the world.”
Warner added that he had spoken to PGA Tour Commissioner Jay Monahan about it and that his offer to play LIV golf there was “nuts”.
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“I’m clearly not going to,” he said. “I’ve talked to Jay, I’ve talked to a lot of people and it’s not worth it to me for its value. It’s so easy.”
Warner lost the cut at the US Open due to the inclusion of some LIV golfers such as Fil Mickelson, Dustin Johnson and Bryson DeChambeau in the competition, which became more talked about than usual.
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Warner finished 13th at the RBC Canadian Open and 27th at the Charles Schwab Challenge.