PGA Tour Seeks to Add Saudi Wealth Fund to Lawsuit Over LIV Golf

A federal judge will decide whether one of the tour’s leading avenues to investigate and challenge a new rival can be expanded.

The PGA Tour intensified its legal fight against LIV Golf on Tuesday, when it asked a federal judge in California to let it add Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund to a lawsuit that has become one of its principal ways to investigate — and try to undercut — the circuit that has assaulted the tour’s customary dominance.

The request, filed in the Federal District Court in San Jose, Calif., where LIV and the PGA Tour have argued for months over matters like antitrust law and contract interference, came as

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