The DP World Tour has revoked the fines from members of the LIV Golf Invitational Series and rejected the request to allow them to participate in the Scottish Open next week.
The Scottish Open field was released on Friday night and golfers linking to Saudi-funded LIV circuits did not appear on the list.
LIV players have been banned from the next three DP World Tour events and fined £ 100,000 ($ 120,996) after playing at LIV's debut event on the outskirts of London.
In a letter to the DP World Tour, 16 players "sought a solution by 5 pm. On Friday." British Ian Poulter and Lee Westwood said. I was among the people who signed the letter. I hope they can tee up at the Scottish Open without having to challenge them through the court system.
"Instead of spending our time, energy and financial resources and focusing on appeals, injunctions and proceedings, we give you ... your recent penalties and sanctions. I encourage you to reconsider, "reads the letter. According to the London Telegraph.
Players did not have to wait too long for a solid final response from DP World Tour President Keysperry.
"Before participating in LIV Golf, players knew that choosing money over competition would have consequences. Many of them at the time understood and accepted it. Indeed, as one player named in the letter said in a media interview earlier this year, "If they ban me, they ban me," Perry's statement read. ..
14 of the top 15 official World Golf Rankings will play the Scottish Open, the first British Open tune-up co-authorized by the PGA Tour. Only Rory McIlroy of Northern Ireland chose to sit. The
LIV series launched its first US-based tournament outside Portland, Oregon on Thursday. Dustin Johnson, LIV's top-ranked golfer, has dropped to 17th place in the world rankings.
– Field-level media