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Eleven players filed a complaint against the PGA Tour

Phil Michaelson, Bryson DeChambeau, the Mexicans Abraham Ancer, Carlos Ortiz and seven other golfers defected to play in the LIV Golf Leaguefinance


Phil Michaelson, Bryson DeChambeau, the Mexicans Abraham Ancer, Carlos Ortiz and seven other golfers defected to play in the LIV Leaguefinanced by Saudi Arabiafiled an antitrust lawsuit against the PGA Tour.

The claim was filed with the Federal District Court in San Francisco and states that the Tour has used monopoly power to crush competition by unfairly suspending entrants.

The players’ attorneys wrote in the lawsuit that a temporary restraining order is needed to prevent the irreparable harm that would be done if they were unable to participate.

“The punishment these players would receive for not being able to play in the Playoffs of the FedEx Cup is substantial and irreparable,” the attorneys wrote.

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