Fans throw bottles and cans, the Saudi link of Donald Trump and Tiger Woods – Scotsman Golf Show

On the one hand, it was considered a line crossing due to the endangerment of players, caddies, officials and marshals during the WM Phoenix Open on the PGA Tour, but, on the other hand, it was defended as a “little bit of fun”.

On top of that, the proposed Saudi-backed Super League continues to be a hot topic, with Rory McIlroy once again speaking out against the breakaway circuit, but former Masters champion Adam Scott in speak positively.

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Exact details of what is planned by Greg Norman, who is working in tandem with the Saudis, are not yet known, but it is claimed that some courses belonging to Donald Trump, including Turnberry, could be in the frame.

Gardeners sweep up bottles and cans thrown from the stands on the 16th hole after a hole-in-one by Sam Ryder during the third round of the WM Phoenix Open at TPC Scottsdale Arizona. Photo: Mike Mulholland/Getty Images.

Our golf editor, Martin Dempster, discusses all of these points, as well as Tiger Woods talking about his long road to a strong comeback, with sportswriter Mark Atkinson in our Scotsman Golf Show…

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