Tiger Woods has been accused of deliberately avoiding attempts to be served notice of a subpoena.
Lawyers for the American circuit tried to get it thrown out but this was denied by a judge last month.
The suit accuses the PGA Tour of being involved in an:
Also named in Klayman's suit are Rory McIlroy and Davis Love III as alleged "co-conspirators".
McIlroy and Love have reportedly been served notice and are scheduled to be deposed later this month, according to a press release by Klayman's "Freedom Watch".
In a statement, Klayman said:
The press release also attaches notes from Katelyn Miller - a civil process server - who tried to personally deliver the notice to Woods.
Miller states that on multiple occasions she tried to deliver the legal notice to Woods' mansion in Jupiter.
She also tried to personally serve the notice at his TGR Foundation headquarters but was told by a security guard that Woods was out of the country.
Legal cases hang heavy over the game in 2023.
The PGA Tour are embroiled in a separate action with LIV Golf, Bryson DeChambeau, Matt Jones and Peter Uihlein.
A tentative date is scheduled in for early next year.
The PGA Tour have countersued, accusing the Saudi-funded circuit of interfering in player contracts.
Things took a more sinister turn early this week when as it was revealed LIV Golf have been accused of "building intelligence" on the 9/11 families.
Survivors and relatives of the victims of 9/11 have been protesting LIV Golf events, accusing those participating in being complicit in "sportswashing".