I don't see how the LIV players can possibly hope to win their court case to be allowed to play on either the European Tour or the PGA Tour. It seems as though they are contracted to play in all 14 of the LIV events each year which is fine, but what if the other two tours said that to be a member of that tour they had to play at least 20 or 24 tournaments on that tour each year? How many of the LIV players are going to commit to playing 34 or 38 weeks of the year, or even more if the majors aren't included in that number? If LIV are able to say that they have to play in a set amount of tournaments then surely the other tours are equally within their rights to set a minimum number as well. And the other tours could argue that LIV insist on their players playing in 100% of their events while they are only insisting on 40/50/60% or whatever it might be. Playing 14 events on the LIV tour plus the four majors is 18 weeks of golf each year. Why should they then be allowed to cherry pick a few European tour or PGA tour events to play in each season without a commitment to a minimum number?