Phil Mickelson is considering a significant decision regarding the PGA Tour
LIV Golf Series star Phil Mickelson is considering a major PGA Tour decision.
The six-time major champion has revealed he is considering withdrawing his name from a lawsuit against his former employer.
Mickelson and 10 other golfers joined the lawsuit against the PGA Tour in August.
The suit alleges they were wrongfully suspended for playing in LIV Golf tournaments.
One recent change has Mickelson rethinking his decision.
LIV Golf joined the lawsuit late last month, prompting Mickelson to drop his name from the suit.
"I haven't done anything yet, but now that LIV is involved, it's not necessary for me to be a part of it," Mickelson said after Thursday
LIV Golf pro-am at Rich Harvest Farms. "At the moment I'm still [part of the lawsuit]. Actually, I don't know what I am really going to do.
The only reason to stay in it is the damage I don't want or need."
If he decides to drop his name from the suit,
Mickelson will join the likes of Abraham Ancer, Carlos Ortiz, Pat Perez, and Jason Kokrak who have made similar moves in recent weeks.