LIV Golf face legal challenge

  • Golf
  • Sunday, 03 Mar 2024

Captain Jon Rahm and his Legion XIII GC team are in Saudi this week for the LIV Golf Jeddah tournament. — AP

LIV Golf has been named in a lawsuit that claims it copied its format from the Premier Golf League and could face an eight-figure settlement, The Times of London reports.

The Premier Golf League was a forerunner to LIV as a potential disruptor of the world of men’s Golf. It was incorporated in 2019, though the league existed as an idea long before.

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