By Hannah Albarazi (August 5, 2022, 10:26 p.m. EDT) – Professional golfers suing the PGA Tour for allegedly using predatory tactics to maintain monopoly and monopsony power may have a strong case that raises broader questions about the types of competition antitrust laws protect and how the laws are applied to professional sports, antitrust experts and lawyers told Law360.

Hall of Famers Phil Mickelson, Bryson DeChambeau and nine other top professional golfers challenging their PGA Tour suspensions for playing rival Saudi-funded LIV Golf Series filed a California federal lawsuit Wednesday claiming the PGA Tour maintains its iron grip on professional golf at the expense of…

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