The 2023 Masters winner Jon Rahm's rumored deal with the controversial LIV Golf is said to be done now. According to a recent report published by Flushing It Golf, the Saudi-funded series reportedly offered the biggest check to lure away the current World No.3 from the PGA Tour.
Rahm's reported deal with LIV Golf has been making the headlines of newspapers for the latter half of November, considering when the Spaniard made a shocking move to withdraw from the highly anticipated virtual golf series - TGL - before the series was postponed.
According to a recent report by Flushing it Golf, multiple sources confirmed that Rahm's deal with LIV Golf League is done and he will compete at the circuit next year. Moreover, the outlet also claimed that the official announcement of the unexpected move would be done by next week. According to Front Office Sports, Jon Rahm has signed a gargantuan contract worth $600 million. The Spaniard enjoyed a splendid season on the PGA Tour in 2023, winning four tournaments including a Major. His move to the LIV Golf will undoubtedly be beneficial for the Saudi circuit on and off the course, while it will be the biggest loss for the PGA Tour