‘Disappearing Genius’ Anthony Kim returns to the field with LIV Golf?

 News was reported that Anthony Kim (38, USA), a Korean player who suddenly disappeared after being called ‘Post Tiger’ and ‘An opponent of Tiger Woods’ 10 years ago, might return to the field through LIV golf.

The New York Times (NYT) reported on the possibility of joining LIV, a golf league run by Saudi Arabian capital, through an interview with Eric Larsson, who was Anthony Kim’s caddy on the 27th. Larsson told the NYT, “(When asked about joining LIV), Anthony Kim said, ‘I really don’t know. When I said, ‘Why don’t you go and have fun,’ he laughed and said, ‘People will want that.’” There have been observations that LIV is a worthy target since early last year, but it was only a prospect. 메이저사이트

Adam Shriver, Anthony Kim’s swing coach, said, “Anthony Kim never let go of his golf club. He said, “I played golf with him twice in the last two years.”

Anthony Kim is a player who won two wins in 2008 and one in 2010 on the PGA Tour. Woods, Phil Mickelson (USA), Sergio Garcia (Spain), and Adam Scott (Australia) were the only players who had three wins on the PGA Tour before the age of 25. He played an active part in the 2008 Ryder Cup, a US-Europe match, and also achieved good results on major stages, such as 3rd place in the Masters in 2010 and a tie for 5th place in the 2011 Open. He rose to 6th in the world rankings and even formed a rivalry with Woods.

However, Anthony Kim began to suffer from injuries in 2010 and withdrew after participating in the 2012 Wells Fargo Championship and disappeared for the last time and has not returned to the tour for over 10 years. Rumors circulated that he was not returning to the tour to continue receiving insurance money for his injury, but Anthony Kim refuted in an interview with the Associated Press in 2015, “Because I continue to receive treatment, there is no problem with receiving insurance money (even if I return).” .

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