sport news Sponsors of rebel golfers consider ending deals with some players amid LIV ... trends now

sport news Sponsors of rebel golfers consider ending deals with some players amid LIV ... trends now
sport news Sponsors of rebel golfers consider ending deals with some players amid LIV ... trends now

sport news Sponsors of rebel golfers consider ending deals with some players amid LIV ... trends now

Sponsors of golfers who have signed up to the Saudi-funded breakaway tour monitoring fallout to controversial LIV Series with a view to possibly ending their deals with some players Star names including Phil Mickelson have already lost endorsement deals Players to have joined the Saudi-backed rebel tour face further personal losses Many of the players at this week's LIV event have been criticised for playing Sportsmail contacted a range of sponsors with personal tie-ups to to golfers involved 

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Some sponsors associated with golfers involved in the Saudi-funded LIV Golf events are monitoring the fallout from the controversial series to assess whether they might cut ties with some players.

Star names including Phil Mickelson, Dustin Johnson and Graeme McDowell have all already lost endorsement deals for signing-up to LIV, which is funded by Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund, chaired by Mohammad bin Salman.

MBS has been implicated by intelligence agencies in the 2018 murder and dismemberment of Jamal Khashoggi, and Saudi Arabia has been widely criticised by human rights groups for their lack of democracy, use of the death penalty, and treatment of women and the LGBT community.


Players involved in the series, such as Phil Mickelson, have already lost endorsement deals

Players involved in the series, such as Phil Mickelson, have already lost endorsement deals

Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund is financing the series, which has sparked controversy

Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund is financing the series, which has sparked controversy

Many of

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