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Ian Poulter, one of the three LIV golfers allowed at the Scottish Open after winning the court

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Ian Poulter of England, Adrian Otegi of Spain and Justin Harding of South Africa have been allowed to enter the field of this week's Scottish Open, which appears to be the first court decision related to the LIV Golf Invitation Series. rice field.

Paulter, Otegi and Harding challenged the DP World Tour's decision to suspend LIV players from the Scottish Open and two other events. A British court responded by ordering a temporary stay banned on Monday, allowing the trio to play the tournament.

Earlier, 16 LIV golfers, including Poulter, signed a letter requesting the DP World Tour to "reconsider" the Scottish Open ban. Focuses on financial resources and appeals, injunctions, and proceedings. The tour did not tolerate and sent Poulter, Otaegui and Harding to the court system.

DP World Tour CEO Keysperry told Golf Week, "This is just a stay of sanctions imposed while waiting for the player's proceedings to hear whether the sanctions are appropriate." .. The

LIV is controversial for Saudi Arabia's financial support and the mega handbags that pull some of the sport's notable names away from the PGA and DP World (formerly Europe) tours. The PGA Tour has suspended members who participated in the LIV event indefinitely.

LIV CEO and Commissioner Greg Norman filed a proceeding against the PGA Tour last winter, claiming that members were independent contractors and should be free to play wherever they wanted. I hinted that I would wake up.

The Scottish Open, a popular tune-up for the Open Championship, is co-licensed for the first time by the PGA Tour. From Thursday to Sunday, it will be contested at the Renaissance Club in North Berwick, Scotland.

– Field-level media