Patrick Reed has documented a $750m slander claim against American broadcasting company The Golf Channel and its reporter Brandel Chamblee.
The documenting says “determined, pernicious, bogus and foolish assaults” have caused 2018 Masters champion Reed significant harms.
The 32-year-old American proposes the remarks have cost him a few extravagant sponsorship bargains.
Chamblee and The Golf Channel presently can’t seem to answer Reed’s allegations.
Reed joined the LIV Golf Series in June.
The claim charges that Chamblee and the organization have been “effectively focusing on Reed since he was 23 years of age, to obliterate his standing, establish disdain and a threatening workplace for him, and with the expectation to ruin his name and achievements as a youthful, tip top, elite golf player”.
Reed proceeds to blame Chamblee for “distorting data” with “foolish dismissal of reality”.
Various high-profile players have left the laid out American-based PGA Tour for the £1.6bn Saudi Arabian-upheld LIV Golf circuit. The PGA Tour answered by forcing endless prohibitions on players who focused on LIV Golf as well as collecting the award cash for its very own few competitions.
Reed’s is one of many expected fights in court between players on the LIV Golf Circuit and the PGA Tour, while players, for example, Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy, met for the current week to examine the danger of the Saudi-subsidized visit.