Charles Barclay Says He’ll Kill Soon To Get $200 Million To Join The LIV Tour Of Golf

I will kill soon for this much!

  • Former NBA star Charles Barkley doesn’t blame PGA players for leaving the LIV Tour for $200 million
  • Barkley joked on The Pat McAfee Show that he would soon kill for a salary of between $150 million and $200 million.
  • Barkley’s comments come amid controversy over the US Open as some golfers jump
  • Phil Mickelson, Ian Poulter, Lee Westwood, Brooks Koepka and Sergio Garcia are among the PGA players who have joined the Saudi-backed Rebel Tour
  • Meanwhile, golf star Tiger Woods has refused a nine-figure payday to join the Junior League

With tensions rising in the golf world as some golfers jump from the PGA to the Saudi-backed LIV Tour, Charles Barkley said he doesn’t blame the athletes for making money from higher salaries.

The former NBA basketball star and TNT analyst appeared on “The Pat McAfee Show” Friday where he said he’s okay with golfers joining the Junior League for $200 million.

‘Listen, if someone gave me 200 million, I’d be killed soon,’ Barkley joked, referring to Phil Mickelson, Dustin Johnson, Justin Thomas, and other golfers who recently wreaked havoc in the world of golf by signing with LIV.

Tensions in golf mount as some plays move to join the LIV Tour backed by Saudi rebels

Barkley said he doesn’t blame golfers for joining the LIV Tour for $200 million. The former NBA star joked that he would “kill soon” if someone gave him the same amount

The former NBA star claims he's chasing US Open mayhem and wants to see golfers Leif at the top of the leaderboard

The former NBA star claims he’s chasing US Open mayhem and wants to see golfers Leif at the top of the leaderboard

‘Hey, I’m serious. Hey, they said, Phil Mickelson got $200 million and Dustin and Justin got $150 million. Hey, for $150 million. I’ll be killed soon, even if I love,” Barclay joked.

The former NBA star also said he’s looking forward to mayhem at the US Open – claiming he wants to see all of the LIV’s golfers on the leaderboard.

I want to see the PGA Tour rocking in their damn shoes. Listen, I’m not a religious guy, but I want chaos this weekend at the US Open,”

Barkley’s comments come as LIV has been recruiting several players over the past few weeks.

Phil Mickelson left for LIV Golf Series for a 'fresh start'

Phil Mickelson left for LIV Golf Series for a ‘fresh start’

Brooks Koepka, 32, is a recent PGA Tour member destined to join the LIV Golf Series in exchange for a nine-figure check.

Brooks Koepka, 32, is a recent PGA Tour member destined to join the LIV Golf Series in exchange for a nine-figure check.

Meanwhile, golf superstar Tiger Woods has rejected a nine-figure offer to leave the PGA for the Saudi-backed rival group.

Meanwhile, golf superstar Tiger Woods has rejected a nine-figure offer to leave the PGA for the Saudi-backed rival group.

Brooks Koepka, 32, is one of the latest golf stars to leave the PGA Tour and join the LIV Golf Series, reports Tuesday.

The Telegraph reports that Koepka LIV’s membership will be announced next week.

As for now, he will remain on the PGA Tour for the rest of the week.

Meanwhile, golfer Mickelson joined LIV in early June, claiming he’s ready for a “fresh start,” Fox News reported.

Ian Poulter, Lee Westwood, and Sergio Garcia are among other golfers heading to Leaf Golf.

Legendary Tiger Woods has reportedly turned down a nine-figure offer to ditch the PGA and play for the Saudi-backed rival group, according to Fox News.

Those who leave for LIV Golf Series will be suspended by the PGA Tour once they have played in a LIV event.

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