As first reported on by SI's Alex Miceli, the little nugget was revealed when court documents were sifted through after a discovery hearing on 17 October.
That discovery hearing was in front of the U.S. District Court in the California Northern District before judge Susan van Keulen.
It gets a bit complicated, but essentially the hearing was to determine "how much latitude in discovery" the judge would give LIV Golf and the PGA Tour.
One of the primary issues in the hearing was Interrogatory No.1.
Interrogatories are written questions and answers that are broad in scope.
This is the question LIV Golf posed to the PGA Tour:
Initially, the PGA Tour argued the question was too broad.
However, after a further hearing judge van Keulen filed an order on 19 October essentially ruling in LIV Golf's favour.
This order reads:
The response by the PGA Tour included 31 individuals who were listed as "Tour employees that were authorized to speak on the Tour's behalf since 1 September 2019."
There was reportedly an exhibit added where the PGA Tour listed 179 different entities involved in golf they had discussed their rival with or the Premier Golf League.
Of those 179 entities included the aforementioned Kim.
Kim is now 37 years old. He has not played on the PGA Tour since 2012 due to an injury.
It has been reported that Kim had an insurance policy that would pay him in the region of $10-20m in the case of a career-ending injury.
Over the years, there has been furious speculation about weighing up the risk of coming back or not.
Kim has been the subject of a number of "What happened to Anthony Kim" articles and was even linked with a sensational move to LIV Golf.
In total, Kim won three times on the PGA Tour and played a starring role at the 2008 Ryder Cup at Valhalla where he made minced meat of Sergio Garcia.
The Spaniard, who plays on the LIV Golf Tour, recently confirmed his career in the biennial event is all but over.
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