Tiger Woods reveals LIV and PGA peace summit outcome as Masters record breaker feeling 'positive'

Tiger Woods believes golf is heading towards peace breaking out between the PGA and LIV.

The American played a round with LIV chief Yasir Al-Ru ayyan on the Bahamas and admitted that resolution to the dispute that's divided the sport may be in sight. The golfing legend is viewed as a key figure in bringing about an agreement between the rival tours, with LIV luring big names from the PGA with massive money offers. Woods hosted a March meeting between the two organisations, which was attended by all six tour directors and was billed as a "meet and greet" to examine potential Saudi investment in the PGA. and after he completed a record-breaking weekend at the Masters, was asked how the summit went.

"I don't know if we're closer," he said. "but certainly we're headed in the right direction. "That was a very positive meeting and I think both sides came away from the meeting feeling positive.'

Woods made the cut at the Masters for the 24th consecutive time, breaking the record previously held by Gary Player and Fred Couples. However, he carded his worst ever round at the tournament on Saturday, and finished bottom of the field on Sunday 1t 16 over par.

Woods said: "'It was a good week all around. I think that coming in here, not having played a full tournament in a very long time, it was a good fight on Thursday and Friday. Unfortunately, yesterday it didn't quite turn out the way I wanted it to."

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