Saudi-funded golf rebels 'trying to freeride' their way back into PGA events

Credit: Sky News- Published on August 3, 2022
American golf chiefs have told players that Saudi-funded breakaway rebels, including England's Ian Poulter, are trying to "freeride" by taking legal action to be allowed back into PGA Tour events.

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Saudi Arabia

Country in Western Asia
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Ian Poulter

English professional golfer

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