- LIV Golf players want to play on DP World Tour
- Three-member panel will hear five days of lawyers’ arguments
Eight days after Rory McIlroy and Patrick Reed battled it out for the Dubai Desert Classic, the latest skirmish in golf’s civil war will be waged off the course and in the heart of London.
Starting on Monday, a three-member arbitration panel will hear five days of arguments from lawyers for a group of 13 LIV Golf players and those representing the DP World Tour in an attempt to clarify the playing status of the former on the latter.
Written by PA Media
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