Phil Mickelson may decide not to continue the LIV Golf case against the PGA Tour,According to reports.
In the antitrust lawsuit against the PGA Tour, Mickelson may be removing his name, according to a Sports Illustrated story.
At Rich Harvest Farms, the location of this week's LIV Golf event in Chicago, Mickelson stated, "Now that LIV (Golf) is involved, it's not required for me to be involved."
"I am still right now. Actually, I have no idea what I'm going to do.
The players' freedom to play whenever and whenever they choose, if they are eligible, is something I do believe in.
The fact that LIV (Golf) is now a part of it means that, if and when they win, that will be achieved.
Mickelson was one of the 11 golfers who first filed a lawsuit against the PGA Tour in August alleging antitrust breaches.
Since then, four golfers (Pat Perez, Jason Kokrak, Abraham Ancer, and Carlos Ortiz) have dropped their names from the case, and Lefty could be the next.
There are seven plaintiffs left out of the initial 11, including Mickelson, Bryson DeChambeau, Gooch, Jones, Ian Poulter, Swafford, and Peter Uihlein.