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Ian Poulter, another LIV golfer, wins the fight to play the Scottish Open despite the ban

Virginia Water, England — Saudi-sponsored LIV Golf Series enrolled Ian Poulter and two other players staying from British court on Monday Won. At the Scottish Open.

Poulter, Adrian Otaegui of Spain, and Justin Harding of South Africa challenged the suspension from theScotland Openand two other tournaments. This is a penalty for playing a LIV golf event outside of London. Europe tour.

This week, we will be adding to the field of the Renaissance Club at the Scottish Open, the first European tour event co-authorized by PGA Tour.

The PGA Tour has suspended members who have signed up for a Saudi-sponsored series run by Greg Norman. Poulter is also a member of the PGA Tour.

Poulter was among the 16 players who hinted at legal action over the European tour penalty, but was interviewed in front of Judge Phillip Sycamore appointed by Sports Resolutions (UK). The later temporary stay was only applicable to 3 players.


"I'm disappointed with the results of today's hearing. However, Keith Perry, CEO of the European Tour, said in a statement, "But this is due to the stay of sanctions imposed while waiting for the player's appeal as to whether those sanctions were appropriate. It's important to remember that it's not too much. "

Perry is at JP McManus Pro-Am in Ireland, in honor of the organizers, in more detail until the end of the charity event. He said he would refrain from answering. McManus fascinates world-class disciplines, including Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy, Jordan Spieth, Justin Thomas, Scottie Scheffler, and many other major champions.

Poulter also has a two-day event in Ireland.

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Earlier in the day he gave BBC Sports for his rights Play golf that he said he was fighting.

"My commitment to the European tour has been from day one," he said. "And it's still there today. I'm proud to play often because I could have earned it by playing more in the US at the expense of world ranking points and FedEx Cup points."

In addition to the suspension, players who participated in LIV Golf without permission were fined £ 100,000 ($ 121,000). This is the final ranking amount for a LIV event of approximately $ 20 million.