A tournament that LIV Golf had planned to hold at a Donald Trump golf facility was shifted.
The $50 million league team championship will not be held at Miami's Trump National Doral, but rather in Saudi Arabia, according to ESPN's Mark Schlabach.
The event will take place in Jeddah's Royal Greens Golf and Country Club from November 3–5.
In October of last year, LIV Golf hosted the team championship at Trump National Doral with funding from Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund.
Last year, protests against a LIV Golf event were held at his course in Bedminster, New Jersey, by the families of those slain in the 9/11 attacks.
In response to a question regarding his support for the new league, Trump asserted that "nobody has gotten to the bottom of 9/11."
Trump seemed to break the law by using the presidential insignia at the Bedminster competition.
There are still three LIV Golf competitions planned at Trump-owned venues, one of which will take place in October at Trump National Doral.