Phil Mickelson and Ian Poulter have dropped a lawsuit filed against the PGA Tour over its decision to suspend players who competed on the new LIV Golf Tour.
The pair were among 11 golfers who had challenged the suspensions imposed on them after signing up for the controversial Saudi-backed series.
Mickelson and Poulter, along with Talor Gooch and Hudson Swafford, have now asked to be removed from the case.
The trial is scheduled for January 2024.
Abraham Ancer, Carlos Ortiz, Pat Perez and Jason Kokrak had previously removed their names from the case.
The other plaintiffs are LIV Golf, Bryson DeChambeau, Matt Jones and Peter Uihlein.
“Nothing has changed,” LIV Golf spokesman Jonathan Grella said in a statement.
“The merits of the case – the anti-competitive conduct of the PGA Tour – still stands and will be fully tested in court. And we look forward to that.
“LIV supports the players the PGA Tour has treated so poorly, but we also recognize that to be successful we no longer need a wide range of players to be on the suit.
“We have our players’ backs and will make our case against the PGA Tour’s anti-competitive behavior.”