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Golfer Kevin Na denies participation in Saudi Golf League » FirstSportz

Kevin Well
Kevin Well

It was recently rumored that the Saudi Golf League was about to embark on a $225 million tour. The schedule for the tour, while unclear, is said to be in the coming weeks and will feature four big names: Bubba Watson, Ian Poulter, Lee Westwood and Kevin Well.

Na is playing the RBC Heritage Classic at Harbor Town Golf Links this week and has been in touch to address the rumors that have been filling the air. “I didn’t sign anything” he said. “I didn’t sign anything. It’s amazing how rumours… you know, people come up with rumors and they write things.

Kevin Na denies involvement in signing Saudi Golf League contract

Kevin Well
Kevin Well

Na has been spotted sporting Saudi Golf’s floral logo on the collar of his shirt in recent weeks. When asked what his future intentions were, he continued: “As an athlete, you’re always looking at your options, that’s all.” at golfdigest.com.

For now, however, Na is focused on completing the RBC. That’s his focus as he hasn’t continued to build on his goals with the Saudi Golf League. When he asked what he was going to do, he seemed rather brazenly dismissing it, leaving his intentions unclear.

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