The conflict between LIV Golf and the traditional aspects of the sport remains ongoing. The driving force behind this rivalry is a point of contention: is it the players themselves, the tour administrators, the media, or the fans?

Currently, the Majors appear to be the primary events where the majority of top golfers compete against each other. Let's assess the performance of all 16 LIV golfers at the recent USPGA Championship at Valhalla, Kentucky.

Out of the 16 participants, 11 successfully made the cut, with three players finishing in the top 30. Bryson DeChambeau stood out as the leading LIV player, finishing just one shot behind the champion Xander Schauffele. DeChambeau achieved a remarkable score of 20 under par, including a final round 64. Meanwhile, Schauffele's final round 65 secured his victory and the Wanamaker Trophy, elevating him to 35th place in the Official World Golf Ranking (OWGR).

The next LIV Golf event is scheduled to take place from June 7-9 at the Golf Club of Houston, US. Below are the performances of the other LIV golfers at the USPGA:

Dean Burmester: Tied 12th – 12 under (105 in OWGR). Brooks Koepka: Tied 26th – 9 under (39 in OWGR). Joaquin Niemann: Tied 39th – 7 under (88 in OWGR). Lucas Herbert: Tied 43rd – 6 under (91 in OWGR). Dustin Johnson: Tied 43rd – 6 under (345 in OWGR). Patrick Reed: Tied 53rd – 5 under (92 in OWGR). Talor Gooch: Tied 60th – 4 under (605 in OWGR). Tyrrell Hatton: Tied 63rd – 3 under (18 in OWGR). Cameron Smith: Tied 63rd – 3 under (66 in OWGR). Martin Kaymer: Tied 73rd – Level Par (1604 in OWGR). Golfers who missed the cut (cut fell at 1 under par): Jon Rahm – Level Par (7 in OWGR), Adrian Meronk – 1 over (69 in OWGR), David Puig – 3 over (112 in OWGR), Phil Mickelson – 4 over (163 in OWGR), Andy Ogletree – 6 over (224 in OWGR).