MEMPHIS, Tenn. – A federal judge in California could decide on Tuesday whether to issue a temporary injunction allowing three golfers who have left the PGA Tour for LIV Golf to participate in the FedEx Cup playoffs, starting this week at prize FedEx St. Championship. Jude.
U.S. District Judge Beth Labson Freeman is expected to hear arguments from attorneys representing the LIV Golf and PGA Tour trio on Tuesday in San Jose, California.
“I’m certainly curious to see what happens,” Scheffler said. “It was one of those deals where those guys decided to go on another tour and they broke the rules and regulations of our tour and now they’re trying to sue us. That’s definitely a bit frustrating. I’ve heard it’s going to happen and I know some people aren’t surprised to see that, but I’m certainly surprised to see some people currently suing us. “
Scheffler, the only player to have won four times on tour this season, including his first major championship at the Masters in April, said court proceedings won’t distract him as he prepares for the FedEx Cup knockouts.
“If they win, come out here and play, I mean, that’s up to the court,” Scheffler said. “I can’t control what happens in a trial. Sure is interested, but at the end of the day it doesn’t affect my preparation for the week.”
Scheffler said LIV Golf, and especially which players may still be leaving the Saudi-sponsored tournament after this season, remains a hot topic among club players. Several big-name players continue to be linked with the ongoing tour Greg Norman.
“Yes, each of them,” said Scheffler. “I’m not going to talk about who’s going to be on LIV and all that speculation. If that’s what they want to do, that’s what they want to do. All I’m going to do is talk about the approach. mine. those people want to do and if they’re going to leave, won’t leave.”
Over the past few months, Scheffler has been clear about where he plans to play in the future.
“For me, I feel the PGA Tour is the best place to play,” he said. “My dream is to play on the PGA Tour. My dream is to never maximize my financial gain. I feel very blessed and blessed to be able to play golf and get paid for it, because so for me, I don’t want to go out and do anything else.”