Golf super league resurfaces as McIlroy puts stock in legacy

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Rory McIlroy is back at Quail Hollow, the course where he won his first PGA Tour event. And he says his legacy is worth a lot more than whatever Saudi-backed money is available from a proposed super league. The concept has resurfaced ahead of the Wells Fargo Championship. A British newspaper reports that the Super League Golf is prepared to offer fees of up to $50 million to key players to join. PGA Tour Commissioner Jay Monahan told players in a previously schedule meeting they can’t play both. That’s the same message he had for them last year. No one is known to have signed up for the super league.