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Tiger Woods addressed the media Tuesday ahead of his Hero World Challenge in Albany - an event he was scheduled to attend before withdrawing on Monday due to plantar fasciitis.
While on the golf course answering questions about his health and future goals, Woods also fired at LIV Golf and its leader, Greg Norman.
"I think [Greg Norman] has to go first," Woods said, "and then of course the lawsuit against us and then our counterclaim against them." They should also be there during a stay, then we can talk, we can all talk freely.”
Woods was also asked: "Part of those changes you talked about is tournaments coming in with a lot more money coming in from the tour that wasn't available before LIV came out. A guy like Mickelson for example is obviously the face of it and he's taken a lot of criticism and most of the bullets for that and he's been heavily criticized for that by players on the tour who are now going to be making a lot more money in tournaments because he's that tree shakes. Do you feel like they owe you an apology to some extent..."
"No, absolutely not, no," Woods said. “We took on a tremendous amount of credit during the pandemic where if we had another year of the pandemic our tour would only sustain for another year. So we took out a huge loan. It worked, it worked for us, so we were able to use that money to make the increases that we made.”
Mickelson quickly took to Twitter to address the response, pointing out parts from the 2018 Tour's 990 form: "1.6 billion in stocks, 700 million in cash, 1.15 billion in illiquid assets. This is non-profit.”
Mickelson has tweeted just nine times since February 22 when he apologized for his "scary motherf*****s" comments on LIV Golf.
In an interview with Alan Shipnuck of the Fire Pit Collective earlier this year, Mickelson said, "You're already sitting on an $800 million cash stash. How do you think they fund the PIP? Or invest $200 million in the European Tour? The tour is said to be a non-profit organization that distributes money to charity. How the heck is it legal for them to have that much cash on hand? The answer is, it isn't."
Story originally appeared on GolfWeek
Tiger Woods
American golfer
Phil Mickelson
American golf pro

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