Tiger Woods rips LIV Golf players who 'turned their backs' on sport by choosing cash over major championships

Woods have been more measured while discussing

the rival league ... Till Tuesday at St. Andrews

ST. ANDREWS, Scotland -- The one voice that has been quite

absent from the week-to-week PGA Tour-LIV Golf conversation has 

been possibly the most crucial voice in golfing. Tiger Woods Tuesday, 

beforehand of the 150th Open Championship, gave his longest  

and most powerful rejection of the Greg Norman-run, Saudi Arabia-subsidized league.

Interestingly, Woods' rationale was no longer centered on the

PGA Tour, the league to which he has belonged for over 1 / 4 century, but as a

substitute the foremost championships. Currently, LIV Golf events

do no longer acquire Official World Golf Rankings points, so as to make it 

extraordinarily tough for its gamers to play their way 

into future majors past any exemptions they could currently have.