Sean McDowell


LIV Golf has taken the professional golfing world by storm. Started by golfing legend Greg Norman and funded by the Saudi Arabia Public Fund, LIV golf has brought a new league with a new format to golf, but it has also drawn its fair share of criticism due to its sources of funding. In response to the rise of LIV Golf, the PGA TOUR, professional golf’s principal league, announced it would suspend any player that signed a contract to play for LIV Golf. Recently, eleven LIV Golf players and LIV Golf itself have filed an antitrust suit against the PGA TOUR. Not only has this suit captured the interest of golf fans worldwide, but it also could serve as a blueprint for future antitrust lawsuits in the sports market.



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