Rory McIlroy on LIV golfers at BMW PGA Championship: 'They are going to be quite tired on Sunday' Rory McIlroy had pretty the end 

 to his 2021-22 PGA Tour season. After commencing his Tour Championship with a triple bogey, he came all the way lower back to take down international No.

 1 Scottie Scheffler for his report 1/3 FedEx Cup. Now, he’s in Surrey, England, for the BMW PGA Championship, one of the DP World Tour’s

Tour’s flagship activities. Joining him are fellow Tour stars Jon Rahm, Matt Fitzpatrick and defending champion Billy Horschel, among others.

However, to the displeasure of many players inside the subject, 18 individuals of the LIV Golf Series will also be competing at Wentworth only 

a few days after their event in Boston wrapped with Dustin Johnson popping out on pinnacle thanks to a prolonged eagle putt on the first playoff hollow.

“I virtually don’t suppose that the American men who haven’t supported the Tour should be right here. Abraham Ancer, Talor Gooch. 

you’ve never played this tournament, you’ve by no means supported the DP World Tour,” Horschel stated on Tuesday. “Why are you here? 

You are here for one cause simplest and that’s to try and get world ranking points because you don’t have it (on LIV Golf).” On Wednesday, it was McIlroy’s 

flip to answer questions from the media and it’s no wonder that several of them focused around the presence of LIV members. “It is what it is,