Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D‑CT) discussed the Senate’s investigation into the merger between the PGA Tour and LIV Golf, saying there is a “real risk” with the proposed agreement.
While speaking on CBS News’s Face the Nation on Sunday, Blumenthal said the aim of the Senate’s investigation is to understand how and why the deal came to be.
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“The permanent subcommittee on investigations, that I chair, is essentially trying to uncover the facts about what went into this deal, who was behind it, and whether there was any improper conduct or wrongdoing, and what the structure and governance will be of the entity going forward. There are very, very few details,” Blumenthal said.
The agreement, announced earlier this month between the PGA Tour, DP World Tour, and Saudi Arabia’s Pub …