Sept. 11 Families Plan Protest as LIV Tees off in Oregon

LIV Golf's most memorable U.S. occasion was set to start Thursday,

with a gathering of survivors and families who lost friends and family in the Sept.

11 fear assaults intending to assemble at a close by park to

stand in opposition to the Saudi Arabia-subsidized visit.

Brett Eagleson was 15 years of age when he lost his dad in the breakdown of the World

Trade Center. Almost 3,000 individuals were killed on that day in 2001.

"We believe that the golf players should realize who they're getting in bed with,

who they're working with," Eagleson said.

"Any golf player that decides to go play for the

LIV competition ought to need to pay attention to the relatives and look at us

without flinching, and clarify for us why they're taking the Saudi cash and why

they're playing in this competition. Furthermore,

we maintain that the capacity should instruct the golf players on what we are familiar the Saudi job on 9/11."

Eagleson, presently 36, is among those scrutinizing the LIV competition and

association with a system has mocked basic liberties.