LIV Golf star Patrick Reed claimed his DP World Tour login "has been down for two weeks because of the ongoing civil war in golf.
Reed made the controversial switch to LIV earlier this summer and has played in four of the series' five events this year.
The American last played it in Chicago alongside his LIV Golf colleagues, who finished tied for 12th after shooting five under par in the three-round tournament. However,
in the team competition, Reed and his 4 ace teammates once again came out on top, winning their fourth tournament in a row.
That meant 32-year-old Dustin Johnson, Pat Perez, and Talor Gooch picked up an extra £650,000 in team prize money alongside their individual winnings.
Reed's 12th place saw Reed collect £291,000 in the individual competition, meaning he spent a cool £941,000 on his efforts in Chicago.
After celebrating at Rich Harvest Farms, the former Masters champion addressed the media and revealed that the ongoing saga with the DP World Tour and PGA Tour has taken a new turn.
Reed revealed to GOLF.com's Sean Zak that his DP World Tour credentials were unavailable due to recent tensions between Tour golfers and LIV.