Harold Varner III Says LIV Golf Tour Is All About The Money: “They’re Full Of Sh*t… Didn’t Come Here To Grow The F*cking Game”

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Last year, the golf world was in shambles after several star golfers, like Dustin Johnson, Brooks Koepka, Bryson DeChambeau, Phil Mickelson, and more decided to ditch the PGA Tour for the new LIV Golf Tour.

Needless to say, there was a ton of negativity from golf media about these players’ decision to leave the PGA Tour, considering the LIV Tour is backed by Saudi Arabia.

A number of these players who joined the tour have spoken out and said they are doing this to “grow the game of golf,” but many golf fans aren’t buying that, considering the insane amounts of money these golfers were offered to join the tour.

For example, Dustin Johnson was offered a staggering $125 million to join the tour.

With that being said, one current LIV Tour player was brutally honest about the majority of these players’ intentions on joining the new tour, and it’s Harold Varner III.

In a recent interview with the Washington Post, he straight up said he joined the tour for the money, saying he joined:

“So I can change the direction of my family’s life, and that’s it. No other reason.”

And after that, he wasn’t shy about sharing the reason behind why his fellow LIV Tour-mates joined the tour:

“They’re full of sh*t; they’re growing their pockets. I tell them all the time, all of them; You didn’t come here to f*cking grow the f*cking game.”

On top of that, he also commented about the “beef” between the guys who stayed on the PGA Tour, and the guys on LIV, saying he believes they’re just jealous.

At The Masters this week, this will be the first time the LIV Tour guys and the PGA Tour guys are going to be mixing it up in the same locker room.

“These f*ckers aren’t mad. They’re just mad that you’re f*cking with their money. I think some people are jealous, and that’s just the way it is.”

SHEESH… tell us how you really feel Harry.

Gotta love someone who is willing to tell it like it is.

Varner III reportedly received a $15 million signing bonus after joining LIV.

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