Jordan Spieth says LIV Golf has been a 'catalyst' for latest PGA Tour modifications LIV Golf doesn’t seem to be going everywhere. The Saudi-backed, 

Greg Norman-led breakaway circuit has compelled the PGA Tour to make adjustments to its schedule and price structure to lure players to stay put.

But is the start-up league entirely chargeable for the slew of improvements the Tour revealed Wednesday? Jordan Spieth isn’t sure.

“Well, I suppose actually it’s impossible to no longer think that that was a catalyst for continuing to want to make sure that the gamers that we've 

at the PGA Tour now live at the PGA Tour,” Spieth stated in advance of this week’s Tour Championship at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta. “Would this have long

gone that direction this soon? Maybe not, however to mention that it wouldn’t have happened in standard, I’m now not sure. “But I suppose

that that genuinely has been a catalyst for looking at the product as an entire and figuring out how to make it the fine it may possibly be and maximize

the power of fields at the largest events.” Bringing together the best gamers in the world on a extra consistent basis has been a heavily discussed topic in latest months

 During a gamers-handiest assembly on the BMW Championship last week, that very subject matter appeared to be where the communication began and ended.

When he addressed the media Wednesday, Tour Commissioner Jay Monahan, among other matters, announced that pinnacle players will decide to at least a 20-