World No.2 Cameron Smith has declined to touch upon experiences he’s about to hitch Greg Norman’s breakaway Saudi-funded insurgent golf league, insisting he’s a “man of his phrase” who needs to play the Presidents Cup.
Only a day after fellow Australian golfer Cameron Percy stated British Open champion Smith and fellow Australian Marc Leishman have been “gone” to LIV Golf, Smith has fronted questions on hypothesis he has already agreed to depart the PGA Tour later this yr.
Talking earlier than the beginning of the PGA Tour’s FedEx Cup Playoffs, through which Smith may climb to world No.1, the Australian was candid in claiming he would wait till one other time to speak about his future.
“My objective right here is to win the FedEx Cup Playoffs,” Smith stated. “That’s all I’m right here for. If there’s one thing I must say relating to the PGA Tour or LIV, it’s going to come from Cameron Smith [and] not Cameron Percy. I’m a person of my phrase and everytime you guys must know something it is going to be stated by me.”
Requested additional about experiences from The Telegraph in London he’d already agreed to hitch Norman’s new league and can play at LIV’s subsequent occasion in Boston on the finish of the PGA Tour season, Smith stated: “I’ve no remark to that.
“Like I stated, I’m right here to play the FedEx Cup Playoffs. That’s been my focus the final week-and-a-half. That’s what I’m right here to do. I’m right here to win the FedEx Cup Playoffs. It would come from me, it received’t come from Cameron Percy.”
Percy made the feedback in a radio interview with RSN in Melbourne after a top-10 end within the final occasion of the PGA Tour’s common season.
Hypothesis has been rampant about Smith’s imminent defection to LIV in current weeks, notably after he bristled at a query about it following his gorgeous Open win at St Andrews.