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Masters ‘told players NOT to join LIV Golf warning they would be uninvited in the future


Masters officials ‘told players NOT to join LIV Golf and warned they would be uninvited from Augusta’ in the future, according to a 105-page lawsuit Mickelson, DeChambeau and Co have filed against the PGA Tour

  • Lawsuit said Augusta National pressured golfers to reject Saudi-backed tour
  • Masters could be first major tournament to ban LIV golfers next April
  • Doing that could see six of the last 12 tournament winners banned from Augusta

Leaders of arguably the most prestigious tournament in golf are being accused of attempting to persuade golfers to not join the upstart…



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