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When it comes to results, some LIV golfers aren't making any money

At least some of the players who quit the PGA Tour because of the wealth of the LIV Golf Series did not actually make a penny. turned out to be lucrative but controversial when it came to their results on the Saudi-backed circuit.

The bomb was revealed Tuesday in a federal district court in San Jose, Calif., a federal judge currently serving a tour suspension after leaving for LIV3 Dismissed temporary restraining order against player. They were seeking to join FedEx in his Cup playoffs on the PGA Tour, which starts in Memphis this week. At the hearing, lawyers representing LIV said the player's income counts against the upfront payment received for participation.

That means that his first place winner's check of $4 million is effectively what the player has already paid for the contract with the rival faction. Attorneys proceeded with the case after stating that not all contracts were the same and not all money was guaranteed.

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Some players have so far said this is LIV officials.

Last month, at his LIV tournament outside Portland, Oregon, when Brooks Koepka was pressed about whether the player's winnings would come from signing bonuses, his four-time major Champion said: No. "When asked about the matter again, he said: I don't know—it's irrelevant.

At the end of the Portland press conference, LIV officials in Portland Attempting to resolve the issue at the time.

"When you asked about the winnings, I just wanted to answer the question of whether it would be added to the contract," she said. "In addition to the prize purse. LIV Golf has no financial ties of any kind," she said. For the record, it just wanted to be an addition. And while you guys have this being your first event, you should know it from the can prove it. Thank you guys "

However, according to one of LIV's own lawyers, that does not always seem to be the case.