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DP World Tour reportedly set to impose $930,000 fines for LIV Golf rebels

The DP World Tour is reportedly set impose whopping, unprecedented AU$930,000 fines for golfers that compete in Saudi-funded LIV Golf events without permission.

According to The Telegraph, former Masters champion Charl Schwartzel and fellow South African star Branden Grace are on the verge of handing over their memberships as the Tour continues to dish out punishments to rebel golfers, while Henrik Stenson, Paul Casey and Martin Kaymer will also be weighing up their future.

The DP World Tour has the power to suspend and fine LIV Golf players after winning a recent legal battle, with an arbitration hearing ruling in its favour.

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