Tiger Woods denied even being at a 2022 players meeting about LIV Golf, let alone giving a speech to players that he had allegedly made.
A public court filing in Palm Beach County alleged that Woods gave a scripted «pep talk» from the PGA Tour at a players-only meeting on June 21, 2022, for the purpose of discouraging golfers from joining LIV. Golf.
However, Woods took to Twitter late Sunday to question having seen the document and to say he was not at the meeting.
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«In response to the talking points memo posted this weekend, I have never seen this document until today and did not attend the player meeting it was prepared for in Travelers 2022,» he wrote in the tweet.
The document was discovered by a Twitter user@desertdufferLLG, this past weekend, showing an alleged script made by PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan and Woods.
The document has Monahan begin his speech by saying that LIV Golf is «a threat to his livelihood, his business and the game of golf in general.»
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Woods then appears, requesting that Monahan leave and that the cameras in the back of City Hall be turned off.
The document has talking points for Woods, including calling Monahan «our captain» and that he is «working hard» for the Tour. Also, he «he’s the right guy for this war. He’s a fighter.»
He even suggests that Woods invoke the future of the game of golf with his son, Charlie, who is all golfer in his young golfer at 14 at this point.
«I want him to be a member of the PGA TOUR, and I want the PGA TOUR to look like it does now, only better,» the document said.
Since that meeting, Monahan has been called a «hypocrite» by players after making a historic merger behind closed doors with the Saudi-backed Public Investment Fund, which runs LIV Golf.
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It is unknown if Woods, who has been active in speaking out about staying on the PGA Tour, still endorses Monahan.
Woods was one of LIV Golf’s first recruits, but he turned down a reported offer of between $700 and $800 million to defect. Others like Phil Mickelson, Dustin Johnson and Brooks Koepka accepted the massive offers and parted ways with the Tour.
However, everything has changed now that there will be a new entity in golf after the merger.
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Woods hasn’t been in a tournament since pulling out of the Masters earlier this year after trying to compete through injuries. He recently underwent surgery to repair the talus bone in his ankle, while he has dealt with plantar fasciitis, among other things, stemming from his car accident in February 2021.