From enemies to bedfellows: Golf’s shocking merger between PGA and Saudi’s LIV leagues
08 June 2023 | 2:42 pm
We look at reactions and videos after the devastating Kakhovka dam collapse that marks a new turning point in the war in Ukraine. The world of golf is rocked by a merger between rival Saudi-backed LIV and PGA leagues which is heavily criticised by the Western press. And: scientists have unearthed evolutionary links to human masturbation!
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