Cameron Smith jumps to LIV Golf Series, won’t defend Players title

Cameron Smith, who beat The Players with a 66 in the final round in March, played on the LIV Golf Series and will be suspended by the Tour when he plays in Boston this weekend.

First Coast’s PGA Tour and PGA Tour Champions events will not have their defending champions in the field the next time they play.

The Players champion and Ponte Vedra Beach resident Cameron Smith signed a contract with the LIV Golf Series on Tuesday, meaning the Australian will be suspended by the PGA Tour along with other members who played in the LIV Golf Series. He sees it this weekend in Boston.

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