New court filing reveals LIV Golf player suspensions and media rights

Phil Mickelson had a problem with LIV players' media rights earlier this year. Talor Gooch was contracted before the inaugural LIV Golf tournament, according to a Monday filing.

In response to a judge's order, LIV Golf revealed its operations and player agreements in a court filing on Monday.

LIV Golf has been cautious about how much material it provided with the court and public, redacting several aspects of its antitrust complaint against the PGA Tour.

Judge Freeman noted in her Sept. 1 order that TRO plaintiffs had not shown compelling grounds to seal any Rules and Regulations. “The redactions TRO Plaintiffs request are considerable

and Mr. Loffhagen's statement lacks specifics about any competitive damage TRO Plaintiffs or LIV may incur if the Rules and Regulations are made public.

LIV Golf refiled Talor Gooch's "Player Participation Agreement" and its "Rules and Regulations" on Monday.
The motion's rules and regulations are private and subject to change.

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