‘Ignored lead’ McIlroy “I didn’t want to see him”

McIlroy, who participated in the DP World Tour (formerly European Tour) Dubai Desert Classic (total prize money of 9 million dollars), which kicks off at Emirates Golf Club (par 72, 7428 yards) in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE) on the 26th (local time) , he ignored Reed’s greetings, and in a rage, Reed threw a wooden tee at McIlroy. 온라인카지노

McIlroy said at an official press conference held the day before the Dubai Desert Classic on the 25th, “It is true that I ignored Reed’s greetings.” He explained that at first he didn’t notice Reid approaching because he was concentrating on practice, but when he came and said “Hi”, he explained, “I really didn’t want to see him.” McIlroy expressed displeasure, saying, “If I were the lead, I wouldn’t come over to say hello or ask for a handshake.”

McIlroy is at the forefront of defending the PGA Tour against LIV Golf. He insists, “The DP World Tour should be banned from participating in the LIV golf transfer just like the PGA Tour.” Reed, the 2018 Masters Champion, is a representative player who left the PGA Tour for LIV golf. Several LIV golf transfer players participated in this tournament, including Abraham Anser (Mexico), Ian Poulter, Lee Westwood (above England), and Henrik Stenson (Sweden).

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