Two LIV Golf Members Filed Antitrust Lawsuit Against the PGA Tour

Few weeks ago, Phil Mickelson and Bryson DeChambeau filed a lawsuit against the PGA Tour.

Wall Street Journal originally reported this on August 3.

Six days later, Carlos Ortiz withdrew his name from the lawsuit.

Pat Perez informed during a phone interview August 19 that he, too, decided to remove his name.

Now two more players have filed a lawsuit against the PGA Tour.

Jason Kokrak and Abraham Ancer have been released in an amended complaint that was filed Friday, August 26.

But Phil Mickelson, Bryson DeChambeau, Talor Gooch, Hudson Swafford, Matt Jones, Ian Poulter and Peter Uihlein, are challenging their suspensions by the PGA Tour for their actions in joining the Greg Norman-led series.