Last week, Bryson DeChambeau played in the Portland Series Invitational.
The upstart league made a proposal that DeChambeau couldn't reject.
He indirectly gave a hint about the dollars that made him flip-flop after stating he wanted to pursue to compete against "the best in the world".
DeChambeau verified that he signed a deal for the next 4 1/2 years.
When the hosts of the podcast moved to the topic of money and noted the 2020 U.S. Open champ had "a $125-million smile," DeChambeau corrected them, by saying "that's a bit low."
DeChambeau told, "I'm not going to mention the details, I can just say that what is reported it's close."
"It's a four-and-a-half-year deal; I can certainly tell you that it is great."
DeChambeau didn't attach the cash under his bed.
DeChambeau secured 10th place in the 48th-man field at Pumpkin Ridge.
In the 54-hole competition, he ended up earning $560,000 for shooting 2.