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Seamus Power Speaks Pure Sense On Why He Would Never Move To LIV Golf

Seamus Power Speaks Pure Sense On Why He Would Never Move To LIV Golf
By Michael Bolton
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Seamus Power’s ambitions for success in the Ryder Cup and majors is his top priority, and among the reasons why you won’t see him play in the LIV tour.

LIV golf has been the story that has dominated the golf world in 2022, as several players have left the PGA Tour to play in the Saudi Arabia backed tour, which has had huge financial rewards.

Some of those to play in LIV golf include Ian Poulter, Dustin Johnson, Sergio Garcia, Phil Mickelson and Brooks Koepka. While other big names, such as Rory McIlroy, have been hugely critical of the tour and those involved. 

As it stands, those who play in LIV Golf cannot take part in the PGA tour, meaning their place in the World Rankings is affected and their partaking in majors is under huge threat.

Future Ambitions Over Liv Golf


For Seamus Power, that reason alone means we won’t see him take part in LIV golf, as he aims to continue his very impressive year.

Since the start of 2021, Power has risen over 300 places in the world rankings to 29th, with his latest victory on the PGA Tour coming at the Butterfield Bermuda Championship in October.

Seamus Power has also impressed in his major appearances this season, with a 12th place finish in the US Open, a share for ninth at the US Open and a tie for 27th in the Masters.


Looking back at his achievements this year, Seamus Power has admitted his manager was contacted over LIV Golf, but said he will not let anything get in the way of his Ryder Cup ambitions as he continues his impressive rise.

“ I know my manager had some contact with them earlier in the year, but it’s not for me. I don’t know where it’s going to end up or what’s going to happen.

My first year playing the majors, they’re memories that I can’t even put into words how special they were to me.

I’m very lucky I’ve really enjoyed my time on the PGA Tour. There are things I want to do in golf that I don’t know if you’re going to be able to do, the bog one being the Ryder cup.There was no way I was going to jeopardise that.

I know there is huge money in the LIV thing, and that’s great. I’m happy for all those guys. I don’t have any negative feelings towards them, but there’s huge money on the PGA Tour as well.

I’ve been very fortunate with that and I really enjoy the way we’re treated. It’s been nothing but positive for me and I love what I’m doing right now.”

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