The DP World (European) Tour is strengthening sanctions, such as imposing fines and banning tournaments, for tour players participating in LIV Golf and the Asian Tour sponsored by the Saudi Arabian Sovereign Wealth Fund (PIF).

As a result, the conflict between the US Professional Golf (PGA) Tour and the DP World Allied Forces versus the Live Golf-Asian Tour is spreading and spreading to the daily lives of world tours.

The DP World Tour issued a statement on its homepage on the 11th and announced that it would impose sanctions on players who violated the tour’s conflicting tournament rules by participating in the Livna Asian Tour from June 22 last year to April 2 this year.

The DP World Tour cited the opinion of Sports Resolution, which is the UK’s Sports Dispute Commission, through the sanction of the player. Through an independent panel, they defended the tour in the dispute between the players and the DP World Tour. The DP World Tour’s ‘conflicting tournament’ rules are in line with the continued operation of the tour, and therefore sanctions such as fines and suspension of the tournament are legal and just.

A total of 26 players from DP World were notified of individual sanctions. This includes fines and bans from competitions. The sanctions imposed were determined on a case-by-case basis, recognizing differences between events in terms of their impact on the DP World Tour’s broadcast partners, sponsors and stakeholders.

Fines imposed on players ranged from £12,500 (20.91 million won) to £100,000 (167.3 million won) for each breach of crash tournament rules. The DP World Tour last week released a list of 16 players who each paid £100,000 in fines.

Mostly Reeve’s players (Richard Bland, Laurie Cantor, Brandon Grace, Justin Harding, Sam Horsfield, Martin Kaymer, Pablo Larazabal, Graeme McDowell, Sean Norris, Wade Ombe, Adrian Otaegi, Ian Poulter, Patrick Reed, Charles Schwetzel, Lee Westwood, Bund Bisberger). This includes Lara Jabal, who won the Korea Championship last month in South Korea.토스카지노

Sergio Garcia did not pay the £100,000 fine and did not express any intention to do so, after which he renounced his DP World Tour membership along with Richard Bland, Ian Poulter and Lee Westwood and withdrew. Henrik Stenson, who was selected as Ryder Cup captain, also withdrew.

In addition, the cumulative suspension imposed on players due to participation violations during that period is up to 8 competitions, including suspensions of 1-2 weeks. The imposed suspension is related to regular season DP World Tour events (excluding majors) and applies from the Porsche Open held until June 4, 2023.

According to the DP World Tour, players who have returned their membership cannot be reinstated. In addition, additional sanctions for violations of the conflicting tournament rules for tournaments after April 2 will be announced at a later date. Meanwhile, Scott Hend (Australia), a long hitter who was mainly active on the Asian Tour, is known to be struggling to compete in European competitions.

The DP World Tour recently entered into a strategic agreement with the Korea Professional Golf Tour (KPGA) and added provisions such as the need to obtain DP World’s approval if a new co-sanction (co-hosted) tournament is held in Korea in the future. This can be a major issue that needs to be closely reviewed and carefully judged for players belonging to the KPGA, who are both on the Asian Tour and the Korean Tour in the future.

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