Phil Mickelson and Bryson DeChambeau got a letter revoking their Tour memberships for 2022-23.
PGA Tour players who were banned indefinitely have had their memberships removed for 2022-23.
Phil Mickelson, Bryson DeChambeau, Pat Perez, and other PGA Tour players who hadn't resigned before competing LIV Golf Invitational Series events received letters. SI acquired the letter.
Mickelson argued he shouldn't have had to give up his lifetime membership after winning 20 events.
"The nature of your contractual commitments to LIV Golf preclude you from completing the substantial responsibilities set out in the rules the Tour's vice president, competition administration.
"The Tour can't sign a membership agreement with a player when it expects he won't fulfil his commitments, as in this case. Your PGA Tour membership cannot be renewed for 2022-2023."