Woods and McIlroy feud over LIV Golf on PGA Tour.


Woods and McIlroy have 'fallen out' as PGA Tour's duo have soured over LIV Golf


– Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy have been friends and business partners for over a decade, but their relationship has soured over differing views on the future of golf and the impact of LIV Golf.
– McIlroy failed in a bid to return to the PGA Tour Policy Board, causing tensions between him and Woods.

Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy, two of the PGA Tour’s top players and long-time friends, are reportedly experiencing a rift in their relationship, primarily due to their differing opinions on the future of golf and the impact of LIV Golf. McIlroy, who resigned from the PGA Tour Policy Board in November, recently attempted to return to the board but faced hurdles that led to tensions with Woods, who is one of six player directors on the tour and at the heart of talks with the Saudi Arabia Public Investment Fund (PIF) that funds LIV Golf. Although their friendship remains cordial, their differing views have caused a “falling out” between the two legends of the sport.

Woods and McIlroy are also business partners, co-founding TMRW Sports, the organization behind the launch of TGL, an indoor tech-infused golf league scheduled to start in 2025. Their strained relationship could have implications for their business ventures and the future of professional golf.