Carlos Ortiz has pulled out of an antitrust lawsuit filed final week by a bunch of gamers who had been suspended by the PGA Tour for taking part in the LIV golf circuit.

Based on Ortiz’s supervisor, Carlos Rodriguez with Impression Level, Ortiz has determined to maneuver ahead, though his identify is listed as one in every of 11 plaintiffs filed final week within the US District Courtroom for the Northern California District Had been. Ortiz’s choice was first reported by the Related Press.

Explaining the courtroom course of for the PGA Tour lawsuit

The remaining 10 plaintiffs embrace, notably, Phil Mickelson and Bryson DeChambeau. The lawsuit additionally requested a brief restraining order from the courtroom that might permit three gamers — Talor Gooch, Matt Jones and Hudson Swyford — to play within the FedExCup playoffs, which start this week in Memphis, Tennessee.

A listening to for the non permanent restraining order was scheduled for Tuesday at 1 p.m. PT in San Jose, Calif.

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