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Phil Mickelson, LIV Golfers Reportedly File Lawsuit Against PGA Tour

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By Daniel Bates After being suspended from the PGA Tour following their defection to LIV, Phil Mickelson is reportedly leading a group of 11 golfers in an antitrust lawsuit against the PGA. According to the Wall Street Journal, the group also includes Bryson DeChambeau as they look to challenge their bans. Per WSJ writer Andrew Beaton, the lawsuit also says Mickelson has been suspended by the Tour since March for allegedly recruiting players to LIV. Additionally, three players: Talor Gooch, Hudson Swafford and Matt Jones are looking to attain a temporary restraining order that would allow them…

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