Brisbane golf champion Cameron Smith says he has "no regrets" about his controversial move to the LIV tour and is loving life amid plans for a rare reunion after a year of success
Smith returns home for the Australian summer after a year of career-best results and prize money - along with his controversial decision to quit the PGA Tour.
The 29-year-old mullet, who signed Greg Norman's LIV Golf-backed $140 million deal in August, will play Oceania's best for the first time in three years at the Fortinet PGA Championship and Australian Open.
Still, he says his year was not without a lot of stress leading up to the biggest decision of his life and career.
"I talked to a lot of good people, my mom, and dad, a lot of good friends," Smith said."I have absolutely no regrets.
I think the fans love it a lot, which is really important for our sport because a lot of people play golf. Even if it's just for a shot here or there and a beer.
Smith held his first LIV event in September, fending off former world number one Dustin Johnson to pocket a hefty $4 million.
The 2022 British Open champion says he remains friends with many golfers on the PGA Tour, and while they may not agree with his decisions,