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European Tour CEO Keith Pelley joins Golf Today to discuss the decision to change the Tour name to DP World Tour next season and what that means for the players, sponsors and fans. #GolfChannel #GolfToday #EuropeanTour
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Keith Pelley sheds light on European Tour becoming DP World Tour | Golf Today | Golf Channel


Austin Meehan says:

Keith is definitely optimistic

Dave B says:

So the middle east didn't build their tour they just bought the European tour which has disappeared forever. Never mind the buzzword BS, they've sold their soul.

Damon Katos says:

What’s DP?

Crow Tales88 says:

Tour should only have 100 players and only play Saturday and Sunday tournaments, top 50 go thru to Sunday, in this era 4 days is to long bar the majors more top players would play every week with just two days competition and the Friday still a Pro Am day ,,

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