PGA Tour’s Justin Thomas interview about the potential for LIV lawsuits

On Wednesday, Phil Mickelson, Bryson DeChambeau and nine other LIV players filed an antitrust lawsuit against the PGA Tour in connection with their respective suspensions, according to The Wall Street Journal.

PGA golfer’s tour Justin Thomas He discussed the possibility of filing a lawsuit again over his June 29 appearance on No lying down audio notation. Because of Wednesday’s news about the lawsuit that actually happened, his previous comments resurfaced on social media.

The two-time Main Champion raised the potential lawsuit during his appearance, stating that if any of the golfers who left the PGA Tour were part of the lawsuit, it would be as if they were “suing” the current tour players.

“They’re suing me. They’re suing Rory [McIlroy]. They are suing the tiger [Woods]Thomas said. “They’re suing each of us because they looked in the face, and they looked in their eyes and they played rounds of golf, they played [Ryder or President] Trophy teams with moments in common with. They are suing us.”

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