Wednesday was billed as a historic day for the PGA Tour, with the circuit finalizing an agreement with the Strategic Sports Group that will pump up to $3 billion into the Tour's new for-profit arm, PGA Tour Enterprises.
One thing we know for sure: It's a great, and profitable, time to be a top Tour player.
But what will this new deal mean for the Tour's ongoing negotiations with the Saudi Public Investment Fund?
And the fans?
01:00: A LONG TIME COMING: After months of rumors and speculation, the Tour finally reaches an agreement. So let's dive in.
06:00: PART 1?: This is just a deal between the Tour and U.S.-based investors. Where does that leave the Saudis?
09:00: MONEY, MONEY, MONEY: Millionaires are gonna make even more millions. But will the Tour product actually improve now?
17:00: U-TURN: What Rory McIlroy's latest U-turn means for the LIV players who might want to someday return to the Tour.
25:00: OH, YEAH — GOLF!: LIV kicks off another season, with Jon Rahm as the headliner, and soggy, windy weather awaits the star-studded field at Pebble Beach.