The DP World Tour is keeping shtum after a bombshell report from The Times claimed the old world circuit has prevailed in their arbitration case against LIV Golf League players.
The arbitration hearing was overseen by a former high court judge at Sports Resolutions UK. The hearing took place in private in February, with the likes of Lee Westwood and Patrick Reed giving evidence in person.
You can check out our guide to the full LIV / DP World Tour hearing here.
If the report is correct, it would have profound implications for this year's Ryder Cup and the landscape of professional golf.
A spokesperson from the DP World Tour did not confirm reporting from The Times. But they said:
This all began last June when the breakaway tour launched their inaugural series, starting at Centurion Club just outside of London.
They were denied releases but teed it up anyway.
No sooner had their first tee shots been hit at Centurion did the PGA Tour announce fines and suspensions - prompting an antitrust litigation in the U.S.
It later was confirmed the DP World Tour had fined all the individuals £100,000 and suspended them for three co-sanctioned events with the PGA.
That included the Genesis Scottish Open before the landmark Open at St. Andrews.
Poulter took his case to Sports Resolutions UK and the fine and suspension was stayed pending the outcome of February's hearing.
There is no doubt we'll have some reaction very soon.
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