Phil Mickelson Among LIV Golf Players to File Lawsuit Against PGA Tour for Antitrust Violations

Phil Mickelson is among 11 players who joined the LIV Golf Invitational Series who are suing the PGA Tour for violating antitrust laws, with three of them seeking an injunction so they can play in the FedEx Cup playoffs next week.

The Wall Street Journal first reported that players are challenging their suspensions by the PGA Tour, which is issuing indefinite suspensions for any player who competed in a LIV Golf event without getting a conflicting event statement. The lawsuit was filed in the U.S. District Court in Northern California.


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