The LIV Golf defectors won't get banned; they'll lose their status instead
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The LIV Golf defectors won’t get banned; they’ll lose their status instead

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The field for the first LIV Golf Invitational Series event is out (well, 42 of the 48 players anyhow), and more details about the Saudi-backed league continue to trickle out on a daily basis. Whatever you think of Greg Norman and the concept he is fronting, it's a reality.

Now the question is: How will the PGA Tour respond to the players who take the money and sign with the Saudis?

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