How Travelers Championship could be impacted by PGA Tour changes

The PGA Tour has upped the ante in its battle with the LIV Invitational Golf Series.

The biggest item to come out of PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan’s press conference at the Tour Championship Wednesday was news that top golfers on the tour will commit to play the same 20 tournaments beginning in January.

This revelation came on the heels of a players-only meeting held at the BMW Invitational the week before. Even Tiger Woods, who was not competing in the event, flew up from Florida to attend the meeting.

“Our top players are firmly behind the tour, helping us deliver an unmatched product to our fans, who will be all but guaranteed to see the best players competing against each other in 20 events or more throughout the season,” Monahan said.

Monahan said Wednesday that four additional tournaments will become Elevated Events in 2023. The Travelers Championship, held every June following the U.S. Open, could be one of those events.

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