Pat Perez slammed former PGA Tour fellow Tiger Woods after the Hall of Famer shared his opinion on LIV Golf in July.

Son Of A Butch, Perez described Woods' comments as "one of the dumbest things I think he's said." The response from Perez related to Woods' thoughts on LIV Golf.

In an interview ahead of the 150th Open, Woods hit back, questioning the incentive to play on the Tour, which offers money regardless of a player's finish,

something the PGA Tour does not. You just get a lot of money upfront and play a few tournaments and play 54 holes. They play loud music and all these atmospheres are different."

Perez, who made a name for himself on the PGA Tour as a fixture on their rankings for more than 20 years before moving to LIV,

strongly disagreed with Woods' comments, as did Perez's swing coach Harmon. "People go to baseball stadiums to watch." In basketball,

people come to watch. Now college athletes pay. Colleges in America, you know, the money that Alabama brings in amateur football,

not even professional football And then apparently Tiger Woods came in and talked about where the motivation is to practice and play with guaranteed money…