PGA Tour suspends players participating in LIV Golf series

Players competing in the LIV Golf Invitational Series have been suspended by the PGA Tour. The most lucrative golf tournament in history got under way on Thursday, following a trumpet fanfare and with fighter planes circling overhead. As LIV Golf CEO Greg Norman watched on, Phil Mickelson, Dustin Johnson and Scott Vincent teed off on the opening hole in the first 25 million (USD) Invitational Series event at Centurion Club. But 30 minutes after play got under way, the PGA Tour sent a memo to all members informing them that the players competing at Centurion were being suspended.

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