The PGA Tour has officially released their new 47-event schedule for the 2022-23 season, and it’s safe to say one of its stars is far from happy.
After it was announced the circuit had rescheduled a series of tournaments to accomodate for added international events later in the year, James Hahn unleashed an enraged rant on Twitter criticising the amount of travelling now required – all while suggesting multiple players feel the same way:
The American wasn’t done there, either, slandering the circuit for “hypocrisy” over not listening to players amid the Tour’s ongoing war with LIV Golf.
Do you see the hypocrisy. Players are leaving the Tour because they want to spend more time with their families among other things. But when I address our scheduling issue, it’s considered whining and insignificant. Can’t win with you guys.— James Hahn (@JamesHahnPGA) August 1, 2022
After fuming about the schedule changes, Hahn then received heavy backlash from several pros on Twitter, who just couldn’t see what all the fuss was about.
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