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sport news LIV Golf's Pat Perez opts out of the lawsuit against the PGA Tour with 'no ill ... trends now

sport news LIV Golf's Pat Perez opts out of the lawsuit against the PGA Tour with 'no ill ... trends now

LIV Golf's Pat Perez is the second player to opt out of the lawsuit against the PGA Tour, admitting he 'didn't really think it through' and has 'no ill feelings' toward the Tour Former PGA turned LIV Golfer Pat Perez has removed himself from the lawsuit against the Tour Perez becomes the second LIV defector to do so, following Carlos Ortiz   The 46-year-old won has earned more than $28 million throughout his career Since joining LIV Golf, Perez has made $1.8m dollars from just two events

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Pat Perez has become the latest LIV Golf star to remove himself from the antitrust lawsuit leveled at the PGA Tour. 

On August 3, 11 LIV Golfers sued the Tour, challenging the suspensions handed down for their defection.  

Carlos Ortiz has since removed himself from the lawsuit and now, he has company in the form of Perez, who has also decided to take his name off the case. 

Pat Perez joined LIV Golf amidst heavy criticism given his previous views on the Saudi circuit

Pat Perez joined LIV Golf amidst heavy criticism given his previous views on the Saudi circuit

'I didn't really think it through. I did it to back our guys,' he told Sports Illustrated

Perez signed a four-year deal to join LIV Golf prior to its Portland event, signed the suit primarily as a show of solidarity as opposed to any resentment held toward the Tour. 

'I have no ill

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