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Dustin Johnson and Bryson DeChambeau distance themselves from proposed Super League


Dustin Johnson said "the time has come to settle theory"

Dustin Johnson and Bryson DeChambeau have separated themselves from a Saudi-upheld Super League by reaffirming their obligation to the PGA Tour.

The two American significant champs were the greatest names related with the proposed breakaway association.

Their choice to back the laid out US circuit is a significant disaster for the upstart undertaking fronted by previous world number one Greg Norman.

Four-time Major victor Rory McIlroy said the thought was 

"dead in the water".

"Who's left? Who's left to go? All in all, there's nobody. It's dead in the water as I would like to think. I can't see any justification for why anybody would go,"

 McIlroy, 32, said.

"Nobody truly knew where Bryson stood. I was truly delighted to see DJ and Bryson put out those explanations this week. We as a whole need to play against the best players on the planet and they're absolutely two of the best players on the planet."

The people who join the new association could be prohibited from the PGA Tour, DP World Tour and Ryder Cup.

Previous world number one Johnson, 37, is a double cross victor of the Saudi International competition and had been firmly connected with the proposed association.

In any case, the 2020 Masters champion has subdued reports he was going to abandon, saying he was 

"completely dedicated to the PGA Tour."

"Throughout recent months, there has been a lot of theory about an elective visit; a lot of which appears to have remembered me and my future for proficient golf," 

Johnson said in a proclamation gave through the PGA Tour.

"I feel it is currently an ideal opportunity to settle such theory. I'm appreciative for the chance to play on the best visit on the planet and for all it has given all of us.

"While there will continuously be regions where our visit can improve and develop, I am grateful for our initiative and the many backers who make the PGA Tour golf's chief visit."

DeChambeau, 28, had been reputed to have been offered more than $100m (£73.6m) to be the nonentity for the Saudi-upheld association.

However, not long after Johnson's articulation the previous US Open victor likewise removed himself from the undertaking via web-based media.

"While there has been a ton of theory encompassing my help for another visit, I need to make obviously as long as the best players on the planet are playing the PGA Tour, so will I," 

DeChambeau tweeted.

"At this point, I am centered around getting myself sound and contending again soon. I like all the help."

DeChambeau, Johnson and Phil Mickelson were relied upon to be the top names who might lead the breakaway.

European Ryder Cup stars Lee Westwood, Ian Poulter and Graeme McDowell are likewise remembered to consider offers to join.

Be that as it may, Johnson and DeChambeau's dismissal of the undertaking is a huge mishap.

Major-winning stars including McIlroy, world number one Jon Rahm, Open boss Collin Morikawa and Justin Thomas have as of now said they are not intrigued.

Last week it was guaranteed 20 driving players had effectively joined, yet presently a breakaway association appears to be a significantly more far off prospect.

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