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Tony Paul: Controversial LIV golf tour doesn’t dim Rocket’s glare this weekend

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The Detroit News

DETROIT — On the grounds of Detroit Golf Club this week, there was precisely one reminder that there is a rival golf tour these days. When you walked through the opening gates to attend the Rocket Mortgage Classic, you were greeted by the “Wall of Champions” — Nate Lashley in 2019, Cam Davis in 2021, and smack dab in the middle, Bryson DeChambeau, who won in 2020, signed an endorsement contract with Rocket Mortgage in 2021, then left the PGA Tour in 2022, joining the upstart and controversial LIV golf circuit. DeChambeau this week took his bag and balls to Bedminster, which was hosting the Sau…

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