PGA and LIV Golf are set to kickstart their tours for the first time after the historic manager that happened earlier in the month of June. PGA's first tour will commence from June 29 to July 2 in Detroit, USA. On the other hand, it’s LIV Golf’s first Golf event since the Saudi national wealth organisation joined hands to form a new company with the PGA Tour and European Tour. 

The PGA tour has a prize pool of $8.8 million, with the winner’s share of $1.5 million. Speaking of the tour, it features five of the world's top 20 and the top 14 from the top 50. The reigning winner Tony Finau won the second back-to-back PGA Tour event last year at the Rocket Mortgage Classic. 

Earlier this month, The PGA Tour, DP World Tour, and LIV Golf came together to announce a historic partnership. However, the officials have assured the players that they will have their say in the new partnership. 

Not only this, but the policy board also issued a statement that said the noted players would have to agree to the agreement that takes place. The statement comes after a meeting that took place between the board which has five players, Patrick Cantlay, Rory McIlroy, Charley Hoffman, Peter Malnati and Webb Simpson.

In addition, the LIV Golfers who were suspended by the PGA and DP World Tour will be able to re-apply for membership from the end of the 2023 season. However, ahead of the PGA Tour, a severe and dangerous storm hit the golf course that will host the upcoming Tour. For the tournament days, from Thursday to Saturday, the chances of evening thunderstorms persist.