Gary Player has filed another lawsuit against his own bloodline.
Earlier this year, the 87-year-old Player sued his son, Marc, for selling memorabilia without his permission.
The Palm Beach Post reports that the golf legend has now also sued his grandson, Damian, who is Marc’s son, with a suit filed in Florida in November.
Already sold in 2021 auctions against Gary Player’s wishes were his 1974 Masters Tournament trophy for $523,483, South African Open trophy for $48,841, 1965 U.S. Open irons for $17,947 and his golf shoes from his 52nd Masters for $1,171, according to court filings, per the outlet.
Gary Player severed his business relationship with his son Marc in 2019, according to the father’s attorney, Stuart Singer.
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