REPORT: DeChambeau Offered $135M to be Face of Saudi Super Golf League
Bryson DeChambeau has been offered $135 million to be the face of the new Saudi-backed Super Golf League, according to a report from Sportsmail.
The $135 million is significantly more than Tiger Woods has made, on the course, in his entire career.
DeChambeau, who is at the Saudi International this week, declined to speak to the media following his first round.
This news comes a day after offers were reportedly made to Ian Poulter and Lee Westwood.
Westwood told the media that he signed a non-disclosure agreement.
It also comes a day after Phil Mickelson blasted the PGA Tour over its “Obnoxious Greed.”
The PGA Tour, USGA, DP World Tour and other golf governing bodies have previously stated that anyone who joins the new tour could face a lifetime ban.
DeChambeau on PGA Tour
DeChambeau is currently ranked ninth in the world.
So far in his career, he has won eight times on the PGA Tour and the 2020 U.S. Open at Winged Foot.
DeChambeau is coming off a disappointing season on the PGA Tour, on and off the course.