Does the New Golf Super League really work?

The PGA Tour has experienced a dizzying popularity since it became one of the first sports available to watch during the pandemic back in the summer of 2020. With ratings continuing to rise and popularity With interest from young viewers with a growing fantasy and betting market, this is a good time to be a golf fan!

And because of this, a potential new “Golf Super League” is looking to capitalize on it.

Multiple reports indicate that the Saudi-backed league already has a number of notable names either signed or wanted to join, including Phil Mickelson, Bryson DeChambeau, Lee Westwood and Adam Scott.

With piles of hard-earned money, could many of the big names on the Tour be tempted to leave the PGA behind?

On the latest episode of BetSided’s podcast, “Bet & Breakfast,” Ben Heisler, Iain MacMillan, and Donnavan Smoot weigh in on the widely discussed “Super League,” debating whether it could work to increase volume. audience or not and if this type of situation might work in other sports.

Watch the video above to find out if the new league is a success, and you might be surprised by one of our answers on which sport could best make it to the Super League in the future.

Want the whole episode? Watch the video below on our YouTube channel or Register for Bet & Breakfast here or wherever you find your podcast!

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John Verrall

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