Paige Spiranac Reacts to PGA Tour Creating $40 Million Bonus Pool for Stars like Tiger Woods

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When Tiger Woods shows up and plays,  money comes rolling in.  Not only do the TV Ratings  go way up, so does attendance, which in turn drives the revenues accordingly.  So what is the PGA going to do in order to keep its star players happy, even when they don’t win big money? It looks like they’re going to make sure to line their pockets so at the very least they walk away feeling pretty happy about not winning.

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Via Golf Week:

“Known as the Player Impact Program, the concept is seen as a direct response to Premier Golf League, a proposed splinter tour funded by the Saudi Arabian regime that has tried to lure golf’s biggest names with the promise of a massive guaranteed pay day. PGL has spent years trying to gain traction but seems no closer to signing a sufficient number of elite players to be viable. The stuttering PGL effort nevertheless forced the PGA Tour to devise a means to reward stars for the value they add to the overall product rather than solely for their on-course performance.

A PGA Tour spokesperson confirmed to Golfweek that the Player Impact Program began January 1 to “recognize and reward players who positively move the needle.” At the end of the year, a pool of $40 million will be distributed among 10 players, with the player deemed most valuable receiving $8 million.”

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IG golfing sensation Paige Spiranac reacted to the news:

Why does Paige need to bring up her boobs again.  Lol.

Paige definitely deserves something for her amazing Instagram account.

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