Golfers from Saudi-backed LIV tour file antitrust lawsuit towards PGA

It’s the competitors that has rocked {the golfing} world.

Now gamers who’ve signed with the Saudi-backed LIV golf event are suing their former paymasters, the PGA Tour for suspending them for becoming a member of the breakaway competitors.

The six-time main champion Phil Mickelson and 10 different golfers are the plaintiffs who filed their antitrust lawsuit on Wednesday.

The lawsuit says the PGA Tour threatened handy them lifetime bans and accuse the organisation of getting a monopoly on golf.

Three of the gamers are in search of a brief restraining order that may enable them to play within the tour’s upcoming competitions.

LIV has been a significant disrupter within the sport of golf, luring gamers away from established excursions with bigger prize cash and profitable signing bonuses.

The pinnacle of the PGA Tour, Jay Monahan, says the lawsuit is an try by the gamers, who selected to stroll away, to drive their method again into the organisation.

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