Imagine it: The best male golfers in the world, getting together some 15-20 times per year, in a series of tournaments featuring huge purses and diverse locations. At the end of the series, a champion would be crowned in a season-ending tournament with a comically large prize pool.
That's the base pitch of the Premier Golf League.
It's also how the PGA Tour works now for a top-50 player.
Why might the PGL struggle to lure players?
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