Canadian Open Golf

Jay Monahan (left) said the PGA Tour will have to rely on loyalty from its top players to beat LIV Golf. [FRANK GUNN/THE ASSOCIATED PRESS]

CROMWELL, Conn. — Commissioner Jay Monahan says the PGA Tour can't win an “arms race” against Saudi-funded LIV Golf when the weapon is money. His response Wednesday was to boost prize money in eight elite events and rely on loyalty and legacy among his players.

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