He Made $36 Million From LIV Golf. He’s Spending It on Bull Riding.

When Talor Gooch, a rising American talent, joined the first wave of players to defect to LIV Golf, he gambled an uncertain professional future on the game-changing money the Saudi-backed upstart had to offer. He knew that not only would he face an indefinite suspension from the PGA Tour, but that he could be effectively barred from golf’s prestigious major championships. 


Less than two years later, Gooch’s incredible success on the course has taken him to a new sport entirely. The golfer who has made tens of millions in prize money since joining LIV is now the proud owner of a bull riding outfit. 



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Gideon Canice

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