The news of the transfer of John Lam Spain, the world’s third-ranked men’s golf player, to LIV Golf is becoming more and more concrete. It has been claimed that the transfer fee alone will reach $600 million about 781.8 billion won. 토토사이트 Golf Week, a U.S. golf media outlet, reported on the 23rd, citing a report by Alan Shipnuck, a golf reporter at The Firepit Collective, that Phil Mickelson is saying that Lam will leave the PGA Tour and sign with LIV Golf.
Rumors that Ram will move to LIV Golf have been constant throughout this year. In particular, rumors about Ram, a native of Spain, going to LIV have spread further as news of the cancellation of his contract with TGL led by Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy were announced recently. After that, it was reported that Lori McIlroy rejected a proposal to serve as a director of the PGA Tour’s policy board, which was vacant after his resignation.
Another media outlet reported that a person would receive a transfer fee of about $600 million. This is the highest transfer fee for LIV Golf. The previous highest transfer fee was Phil Mickelson, who received about $200 million. Dustin Johnson and Bryson DeChambeau then left the PGA Tour for $125 million and Cameron Smith signed with LIV Golf for $100 million.
Rahm has won a total of 11 wins on the PGA Tour alone so far, winning the Masters held in April this year. In addition, he also won eight games on the DP World Tour. He debuted on the PGA Tour in 2016 and has played in 151 competitions so far, earning $51,546,651 in prize money. The transfer fee is more than the money earned during the tour so far.
Rahm belongs to the same agent as Mickelson. He is also a senior and junior at the same university as Mickelson. The news of Rahm’s trip to LIV Golf was specifically reported through Mickelson, but the possibility of failure was also left open.
Recently, Mickelson has said that Lam’s contract with LIV is already confirmed, Golf Week said, adding, However, we all know that Mickelson is a persistent salesman and a good nonsense player. Mickelson also claimed in October that more players will be signed to LIV Golf during the offseason.