The PGA and DP World Tours Allied. Then LIV Golf Happened.

The alliance made it easier for players to compete in more tournaments, but the new golf tour is testing the partnership.

Fabrizio Zanotti had been waiting to hear where he’d be this week.

Ranked 38th on the DP World Tour, he was on the cusp of getting into the Genesis Scottish Open. But as of last summer, an alliance between the PGA Tour and the DP tour means that he had a spot in the PGA Tour’s Barbasol Championship, nearly 4,000 miles away in Nicholasville, Ky., if he didn’t get into the Scottish Open.

Zanotti, who is from Paraguay, wasn’t complaining. “It’s really good,” he said. “The partnership is nice for us

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