Bryson DeChambeau compared the PGA Tour vs. LIV situation to two pizza shops

Riley Hamel
Golfweek

Bryson DeChambeau is generally known for two things: the long ball and his brains. Science is embedded into the way he plays golf, including his clubs and green-reading process.

But, when asked to explain the situation between the PGA Tour and LIV, he boiled it down to a pizza shop analogy. And not a very good one, to be fair.

DeChambeau made an appearance on Tucker Carlson Tonight, just a day after Greg Norman's appearance where, among other things, he confirmed Tiger Woods received an offer from LIV in the ballpark of $700-$800 million. The 2020 U.S. Open champion had this to say about LIV's disturbance in the world of golf:

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