Six-star Players leave PGA Tour and join LIV Golf.

The PGA Tour has been losing start gamers to the Saudi-backed LIV Golf for months,

6 Top-100 golfers including Australian Cameron Smith have revealed plans to leave the Tour  and join LIV.

Cameron Smith, who is presently ranked No.2 worldwide.

According to ESPN, Smith, Joaquin Niemann, Harold Varner III, Cameron Tringale, Marc Leishman, and Anirban Lahiri 

will all be competing in the Saudi-backed league’s fourth event, they left PGA Tour.

All 6 golf players are ranked as top-100 players in the official Globe Golf Position.

Even after first refuting the rumors, Smith, who won the 150th Open Championship at St. Andrews in July, has been linked to LIV for a number of weeks.

Despite the fact that these six golfers are switching to LIV Golf, the PGA Tour did score a significant victory on Monday when it was revealed

that 2021 Masters winner Hideki Matsuyama and 2022 Open Championship runner-up Cameron Young will stay on the Tour.