PGA Attorneys Seek To Find Out How Much Tour Defectors Earning

  • Attorneys representing the PGA Tour have asked a federal judge to unseal certain details of contracts that were signed by its former players who defected to the rival LIV Golf circuit earlier this year.
  • The PGA Tour’s attorneys said they oppose efforts by the plaintiffs in an antitrust lawsuit against the tour to seal terms of their contracts with LIV Golf, arguing that such details “are not competitively sensitive.”
  • “Instead, they are highly relevant to the core issues in this litigation and already in the public domain,” the lawyers wrote in the motion.
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