Greg Norman of LIV Golf is in Washington, DC, to talk about the PGA Tour.
The PGA Tour and the Saudi-funded LIV Golf have been at battle with one another for the past few months
as LIV has attempted to swoop in and steal the greatest names in golf from the Tour.
Suspensions, legal actions, and other petty reprisal have all been part of the lengthy and public dispute. And it appears that LIV Golf will now take the battle to Washington, D.C.
Greg Norman, the CEO and commissioner of LIV Golf, will meet with lawmakers on Capitol Hill this week
to discuss the upstart golf league and the PGA Tour's efforts to stem its growth, according to Golfweek.
Eleven LIV golfers launched an antitrust lawsuit against the PGA Tour for disallowing them from compete after registering with LIV,
which sparked a legal spat between the two golf organisations.
In spite of the fact that a number of those players have now dropped out of the lawsuit, LIV Golf has entered it on behalf of its players.