How LIV pros vs. the PGA Tour looked inside the courtroom | Drop Zone

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GOLF Senior Writer Josh Sens was on site in downtown San Jose for the first battle between LIV pros and the PGA Tour on Tuesday afternoon.

Sens was one of 15 or so media members attending in person; he said there was an overflow room prepared for media but it was ultimately unnecessary. He joined Dylan Dethier and Sean Zak on this week’s Drop Zone podcast to break down what he saw and what we can expect next.

The fellas also talk about Cameron Smith’s potential defection, Sean’s unforgettable trip to Muirfield and much more. You can find the episode of the Drop Zone on Apple Podcasts or Spotify or at an embedded player below.


Josh Sens on the judge’s ruling: “The biggest hurdle that the plaintiffs had to clear — and it turned out to be a decisive one — you have to be able to show immediate and irreparable harm. And that irreparable harm can’t just be money,” Sens said. “Federal judges are generally reluctant to step in in the middle of a case like this. And that’s why the legal bar is high.”

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