The key role of economic analysis in the PGA Tour antitrust lawsuit

By Tim Derdenger and Alison Palo (August 18, 2022, 5:15 p.m. EDT) – The antitrust legal community has become concerned about the legal battle between the PGA Tour and its players.

This article discusses the issues contributing to this legal battle, including the economic factors that will play a role in the valuation of PGA Tour shares.


In early June, LIV Golf launched its first LIV Golf Invitational in London.[1] Seventeen PGA Tour players participated in the event and were subsequently suspended and deemed no longer eligible to participate in a future PGA Tour tournament.[2]

PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan says pros taking part in the new series are no longer eligible…

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