Open Champion Refuses To Rule Out LIV Golf Series Switch
The winner of the historic 150th Open Championship, Cameron Smith, has refused to rule out joining the LIV Golf series. Speaking after his major win, the 28-year-old said he left those kinds of decisions to his team. "My team worries about all that stuff. I'm here to win golf tournaments," Cameron Smith. The Australian added that he didn’t think it was good that reporters were asking him about the new series so soon after his win. Smith described winning an Open Championship at St Andrews as “unbelievable.” Smith overtook McIlroy in the final round of the open and described his rival as “probably the most consistent player out here.” McIlroy is now facing an eight year without a major title despite finishing in the top five nine times over the same period.