Adam Scott desires a meeting with Saudi PIF chief Yasir Al-Rumayyan with all six PGA Tour player directors, including Tiger Woods.

Tiger Woods and the other PGA Tour player directors are being urged by Adam Scott to meet with Saudi PIF governor Yasir Al-Rumayyan in order to either move on and broker a deal or just move on.

Commissioner of the PGA Tour Jay Monahan stated earlier this week that negotiations with PIF were “accelerating.”

This is true even though in January 2024 Strategic Sports Group will have completed a $3 billion investment in PGA Tour Enterprises.

The PIF may still become a minority investor in PGA Tour Enterprises in accordance with the terms of the PGA Tour and PIF’s ongoing framework agreement, as has been the intention since the shocking announcement on June 6, 2023.

In addition to Tiger Woods, Jordan Spieth, Adam Scott, Patrick Cantlay, and Webb Simpson, Scott is one of six player directors on the PGA Tour.

The 48-year-old Woods was just appointed vice chairman of PGA Tour Enterprises. Although he did not participate in this week’s Players Championship, the former World No. 1 is anticipated to line up at The Masters the following month.

Rory McIlroy decided to step down as player director this season in order to devote more time to his family and improve his golf game.

Contrary to rumors, Malnati stated on Saturday night that none of the player directors have been notified that a meeting has been scheduled for Monday, March 18.

Speaking at the Players Championship this week, Scott expressed his belief that PIF and 15-time major champion Woods should meet immediately.

At TPC Sawgrass, he stated to reporters:

“Just like it was with SSG, in the end, the players have a say in whether a deal happens or not.”Regardless of anyone’s sentiments, I believe it is critical that we all get along given the gravity of the issues we are voting on.
“I would like to resolve this regardless of the outcome so that we can all move on,” the speaker said. “If the PIF believes that meeting is beneficial, then let’s get down to business.”

Spieth concurs, saying:

“We feel that our membership should be aware of the timeline and potential outcomes, and that it’s simply a meeting in general. I don’t think there’s much more I can say about that, but we are being encouraged, which is something the entire board should definitely do if there’s any chance of a negotiation.”

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