Two of PGA Tour the biggest stars come together to create a series of events and LIV Golf continues to select some of the biggest names on tour.

Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy create one-day events that bring some of the best players on tour face-to-face on the grass, in the stadium, Golfweek’s Eamon Lynch reported on Monday. The series will complement the PGA Tour schedule and is expected to begin in 2024, Lynch added.

The PGA Tour players-only meeting took place during the BMW Championship on August 16, and Woods joined the meeting after an absence following the Open Championship in July. The meeting was called after LIV Golf added several stars from the PGA Tour, e.g Brooks Koepka, Bryson DeChambeau and Grandma Watson.

According to Lynch, Woods and McIlroy had actually been discussing the idea for nearly two years, using the LIV Golf situation as a reason to move forward with the series. Lynch added that the duo told other PGA Tour players that the venture would allow them to build long-term equity in the competition.

McIlroy was enthusiastic about the meeting when speaking with reporters last week.

“We need to put the best guys together more often than we do,” McIlroy said.

McIlroy also shared that the sports stars need to figure out a clear plan to strengthen the PGA Tour.

“That’s what we’re working on, right?” McIlroy said. “What’s in the short term, what’s the medium term, what’s the long term. That’s what we have to figure out.”

PGA Tour Commissioner Jay Monaghan is expected to announce more details at the Tour Championship later this week, according to Lynch.

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