Up until this point, it's for the most part been a conflict of words between the PGA Tour and LIV Golf.

Yet, imagine a scenario in which the golf player who plays for each visit played against each other, who might win.

LIV Golf player Patrick Reed likes to assume his side would stand their ground.

Reed, who joined the Saudi-upheld golf try back in June, was talking with columnists before this week when,

he said that he accepts the ability on the LIV Golf series can rival the ability on some other visit on the planet, including the PGA Tour.

"To be completely forthright with you, I've played on each visit — this will be my subsequent Asian Tour occasion on the grounds that the last Saudi occasion was an Asian Tour occasion,

however I've played on DP World, I've played on PGA Tour, I've played one Korn Ferry Tour occasion, and I've played now two LIV golf occasions,

and I can let you know this much: The folks that are out there, doesn't make any difference what the dollar sum is — I think, frankly with you,

the players were somewhat weary of catching wind of that," said Reed.

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