The big story on Action News is the PGA Tour and LIV Golf merger, which means all of the moral handwringing about Saudi Arabia ended up meaning nothing. It’s all about the money. Surprise!

Here’s PGA Tour Commissioner Jay Monahan making a big deal about 9/11 less than a year ago:

Incredible. What a crum bum.

Here’s an explainer on what’s happening, from ESPN’s Mark Schlabach:

The PGA Tour, DP World Tour and the LIV Golf League, which have been embroiled in a bitter legal battle for more than a year, have agreed to merge and move forward in a larger commercial business, the circuits announced Tuesday.

The tours called the stunning development “a landmark agreement to unify the game of golf, on a global basis.”

The landmark deal between the tours and Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund (PIF) was reached without the knowledge of many PGA Tour members and LIV Golf players and agents.

The whole thing is somewhere between hilarious and preposterous. Imagine being one of the players who took a stand against LIV, now you’re finding out on Twitter about the merger. Guys who turned down a lot of money and did what they thought was the right thing and then ended up getting burned. A total clown show.