Premier Golf League resurfaces with lucrative offers to lure big-name stars away from PGA Tour, per reports
Two weeks after it was reported that the PGA Tour started a $40 million fund, called the Player Impact Program, to be dispersed to its most popular golfers, the reason the fund was created to begin with resurfaced on Tuesday. According to the Telegraph, a golf super league -- ostensibly called the Premier Golf League and started by a "Saudi team of negotiators" -- has made official offers to many top golfers, including the No. 1 player in the world, Dustin Johnson. The report was later confirmed by ESPN.
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