Four professional golfers forced the Asian Tour to pay back fines and legal costs and let them play on the rival OneAsia circuit after winning a lengthy court battle on Tuesday.
Terry Pilkadaris of Australia hit a shot on day three of the Nanshan China Masters golf tournament at the Nanshan International Golf Club. Four professional golfers, including Pilkadaris, forced the Asian Tour to pay back fines and legal costs and let them play on the rival OneAsia circuit after winning a lengthy court battle.
The players -- Australia's Terry Pilkadaris and Matthew Griffin, Manila-based Dutchman Guido van der Valk and Malaysia's Anis Hassan -- emerged victorious after a year-long restraint of trade case at the Singapore High Court.
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