Cameron Smith is poised to become the next golf superstar to make the jump from the PGA Tour to LIV, and the world's top player

may have sent a message to his playing partner on Thursday. At one point early on, Scheffler casually walked in front of Smith on the green as Smith struggled to read his putt.

Smith looked up at Scheffler who just kept walking and didn't make eye contact. Walking into someone's putting line is a big no-no in golf.

If one were to make a list of the unwritten rules and proper golf etiquette, he might be at the top.

Even if Scheffler didn't walk the actual line between Smith's ball and the hole, it's still wrong to walk in front of someone while a golfer reads his putt.

It sure looked like Scheffler, who is the best player in the world, knew exactly what he was doing. Was this Scheffler's way of letting Smith know how he felt

about Smith's impending move to LIV? “The PGA Tour is the best place to play,” “It's been a dream of mine to play on the PGA Tour.

I feel very blessed and fortunate to be playing golf and getting paid for it, so for me, I don't want to go out and do anything else."