Billy Horschel has not backed down from his take on LIV Golf and has yet again lashed out at the renegades from the Saudi-backed league.

During an appearance on the Golf Channel on Wednesday, Horschel had some sharp comments about golfers leaving the PGA Tour to join LIV.

"I've told some of the guys personally that they've been brainwashed," Horschel said. PGA Commissioner Jay Monahan announced in June that all current

and former Tour members participating in LIV would be suspended, as well as those joining the breakaway league in the future.

Horschel apparently thinks these suspensions will be permanent. Horschel's comments come a day after the Tour won a major legal battle

with LIV Golfers Talor Gooch, Hudson Swafford, and Matt Jones. The three players were eligible for the FedEx Cup Playoffs,

which begin this week, but were suspended from the Tour and barred from the playoffs due to their LIV status.

They sought a legal restraining order to allow them to compete in the playoffs, but a federal judge ruled in favor of the Tour.