First LIV Golf champion Charl Schwartzel made more money in three days than any year on PGA Tour | Opinion

NORTH PLAINS, Ore. — Charl Schwartzel took one take a look at the putt that

changed into headed somewhere within the route of Mount Hood before preventing

about midway to the hole at the thirteenth inexperienced at Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club and couldn't resist.

"Other than your line and pace it became a very good putt," he stated.

The relaxation of the group in Wednesday's pro-am, together with the two

amateurs and his partner and longtime buddy Louis Oosthuizen, laughed.

After all, there's been a lot of that taking place inside the Schwartzel family in Jupiter,

Florida, considering the fact that he gained the inaugural LIV Golf Series

event in London 3 weeks in the past and pocketed exams worth $4.75 million,

$four million for the man or woman title and $750,000 for being a part of the

triumphing group. That changed into more than he had made in anybody 12

months in two decades on the PGA Tour, such as 2011 whilst he gained the Masters.

"That's the entirety," Schwartzel stated, being sincere about why LIV Golf has

has attracted more PGA Tour players than anticipated, "it's beyond everybody's imagination.