Phil Mickelson Considering Dropping Out of LIV Lawsuit: 'It's Not Necessary For Me'

Phil Mickelson Considering Dropping Out of LIV Lawsuit: ‘It’s Not Necessary For Me’

SUGAR GROVE, Ill. – Phil Mickelson is considering dropping out of the antitrust lawsuit that several LIV Golf players filed against the PGA Tour in early August and has a trial date set for January of 2024,

Mickelson, 52, said Thursday following the pro-am at the LIV Golf Invitational Series Chicago event that he has not decided yet how he will proceed but that LIV Golf having joined the suit several weeks ago is part of his thinking.

“Now that LIV is involved, it’s not necessary for me to be involved,” Mickelson said at Rich Harvest Farms. “I currently still am. I don’t know what I’m going to do, really.

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