PGA Tour’s reply to LIV Golfers players
The PGA Tour has requested that a court reject three LIV Golf players' brief controlling request.
Talor Gooch, Matt Jones, and Hudson Swafford mentioned a limiting request to take part in the current week's FedEx Cup end of the season games.
Three LIV Golf players were suspended from PGA contests in June.
The FedEx Cup is a season-long focuses contest that finishes up with three season finisher occasions. The victor gets $18 million.
Offended parties joined rival golf association LIV Golf, which paid them tens and a huge number of dollars in ensured cash from Saudi Arabia's sovereign abundance asset to break visit limitations.
The PGA tries to battle off LIV's endeavors as they draw renowned players with enormous ensured checks. LIV said last month that they would generally expand their program one year from now and pay $405 in 2023.
The players' interest for a brief limiting request will be heard Tuesday in San Jose, California.