“Woods, who did not transfer to LIV, receives 137.8 billion won from the PGA Tour.”

British daily reports “McIlroy received 68.9 billion won”

Tire Woods (right) and Rory McIlroy

Tiger Woods (USA) and Rory McIlroy (Northern Ireland), who did not move to LIV Golf, receive a large amount of shares from the for-profit corporation of the PGA Tour.

The British daily Telegraph reported on the 25th (Korean time) that PGA Tour Enterprise will pay $100 million (about 137.8 billion won) to Woods and $50 million (about 68.9 billion won) to McIlroy as equity. 메이저사이트

PGA Tour Enterprise is a for-profit corporation of the PGA Tour established with an investment of $3 billion (approximately 4 trillion won) from investment consortium SSG.

The Telegraph reported that Woods and McIlroy received a large amount of equity as a token of gratitude for remaining on the PGA Tour rather than moving to LIV, which is sponsored by Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund PIF. 슬롯사이트

PGA Tour Enterprise plans to operate a program to reward players who have contributed to the success of the PGA Tour.

The initial player (Group 1) profit subsidy totals $930 million (about 1.3 trillion won), and most of this money is paid to the top 36 players based on performance. 토토사이트 순위

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