Phil Mickelson, Greg Norman have different stances on LIV Golf feud with PGA Tour

"The PGA Visit, for the last 20 or 30 years, has had the very best players on the planet. That won't ever be the situation from now onward. LIV Golf is setting down deep roots,"

Mickelson said, through ESPN. "The best arrangement is for us to meet up. I feel that the universe of expert golf needs the old 

authentic 'history of the game' item that the PGA Visit gives. I believe that LIV gives a truly cool, refreshed feel that is drawing in a great deal of more youthful groups.

"Both are really great for the sport of golf and the consideration of LIV Golf in the biological system of the golf world is vital

When that occurs, we as a whole beginning cooperating. Being a truly certain thing for everyone is going."

Obviously, this doesn't precisely seem like a tranquil split the difference. Mickelson's routine sounds more like center school-style peer strain into persuading the 

PGA Visit to cower and let LIV Golf know that it's the "cooler" association.

Chances are, PGA chief Jay Monahan won't areas of strength for get that without any problem.