Other than LIV Golf generating "virtually zero" income in their inaugural season, there was another little nugget of what appears to be comedy gold buried in court documents, writes Ben Smith.
On 6 February, attorneys for the "rebel" tour filed a motion with the US district court for Northern California to deny the PGA Tour's request for leave to add LIV's financier - PIF - and Golf Saudi governor Yasir Al Rumayyan as plaintiffs in their countersuit.
A trial date for their countersuit has been scheduled for January next year. Attorneys for the PGA Tour have argued Al Rumayyan and PIF have not complied with discovery requests.
That trial date is "untenable", according to PGA Tour attorneys.
LIV argued the delay would cause them harm as they accused their North American rivals of damaging their brand and driving up their costs.
Then they argued that the PGA Tour was undermining the careers of two breakaway players involved in proceedings.
Those would be Matt Jones and Peter Uihlein.
Uihlein, Jones and Bryson DeChambeau are the only players who remain involved in the litigation.
LIV's motions read:
Right, so let's unpack this.
Are LIV arguing that Jones and Uihlein have nowhere to play whilst also at the same time admitting that they've denied them somewhere to play?
Shouldn't they just give Jones and Uihlein another contract if they are so concerned with their playing opportunities?