Jordan Spieth says PGA Tour players are ready to meet with Saudis

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Jordan Spieth has confirmed player directors of the PGA Tour are close to sitting down with the governor of the Saudi Arabian Public Investment Fund in a bid to break the deadlock which continues to seriously impact elite golf.

The PGA Tour and LIV Golf – which is funded by the PIF – remain on different paths. This week’s Players Championship, the PGA Tour’s flagship event, is taking place without high-profile LIV converts such as Jon Rahm, Brooks Koepka and Cameron Smith. Earlier this week, the PGA Tour’s commissioner, Jay Monahan, insisted talks between his organisation and the PIF were “accelerating” with a view to reuniting a fractured sport.

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Written by Ewan Murray at Sawgrass
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