Not only is Cameron Smith suspended from the PGA Tour following his decision to enter the LIV Golf Series with Greg Norman, but he has had a number of privileges revoked from Tour headquarters.
The Australian, who became the Players champion at the Ponte Vedra Beach Hotel earlier in the year, claimed what is so often called a "fifth major" along
with a check for a tournament record $3.6 million.
The 29-year-old also received a money-can't-buy prize,
a parking spot at TPC Sawgrass. Smith is a resident of the area and often used the Pete Dye design course as a base for his practice,
but according to Golfweek, some privileges have been taken away.
A parking space previously "reserved for the 2022
Players Champion" is now only available to "Tour players" and it is now believed the Aussie is no longer welcome to practice,
according to Golfweek. According to TPC Sawgrass General Manager Derek Sprague, "If they go to LIV,
they don't have any of their (PGA) Tour privileges at TPC properties."
Taking away the world number two's parking space and practice rights is sure to be seen as PGA Tour