Cameron Smith refuses to deny reports he's signed $100m LIV Golf deal

Cameron Smith refuses to deny reports he has signed a $100m deal to join LIV Golf and walk out on the PGA Tour as the British Open winner insists he is only focused on FedEx Cup playoffs this week

  • Cameron Smith has long been linked with a move to join Saudi-backed LIV Golf
  • Recent reports say that he has already signed a $100m deal with the tour
  • But speaking Tuesday night, Smith would not be drawn over his future plans 

British Open winner Cameron Smith has refused to deny that he has signed a $100million deal to join LIV Golf.

At a late press conference ahead of the start of this week’s FedEx Cup playoffs, Smith was quizzed over his future plans.

‘My goal here is to win the FedEx Cup playoffs. That’s all I’m here for. I have no comment on that,’ he said.

British Open winner Cameron Smith has refused to deny he has signed a $100m LIV Golf deal 

Smith has long been linked with a switch to LIV Golf and that could finally occur next month 

Earlier this week, Australian golfer Cam Percy claimed that his compatriot Smith has already signed terms with the Saudi-backed tour alongside another Aussie in Marc Leishman.

‘Unfortunate, yeah, they’re gone,’ he told RSN radio. ‘I had a long conversation with Adam Scott and he was very interesting talking to about it, just where it is,’ he said.

‘He said he met with these guys (LIV) in 2017 (and) they were ready do all this. So, the tour has known for a long time that this stuff’s in the works.

‘The more and more you look into it, some people don’t care, some people have got a conscience and do care.’  

Smith has long been linked with a move to LIV but has not wanted to talk about the controversial breakaway tour whenever he has been asked about it.

Smith has long been coy regarding where his long-term future in golf is going to be

He was unhappy when he was asked over his LIV links shortly after winning The British Open

The world No 2 dodged questions about LIV Golf when pressed straight after the British Open victory earlier this year.

‘I just won the British Open and you’re asking about that? I think that’s, pretty, not that good,’ Smith said. 

‘I don’t know, mate. My team around me worries about all that stuff. I’m here to win golf tournaments.’

The next LIV Golf event is held in Boston next month, from September 2-4.




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