LIV Golf is Asset Management in Reverse
 Technically, the standard cut line for a PGA event after two rounds is the score of the 65th lowest scoring professional (where lower scores are better in the sport).
 Those with ‘scratch’ or ‘plus’ handicaps. A golf handicap is a measure of past performance relative to par, or the number of strokes an expert player would need for a given hole. A scratch handicap is roughly equivalent to par and a plus handicap is better than par.