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Two-time Major Champion Colin Morikawa is sure Content with PGA Tour.

The five-time PGA Tour winner on Tuesday put an end to speculation on social media that he would be the next player to leave his membership with the Tour. Join a rival Saudi-backed golf league.

Colin Morikawa of the United States played his tee shot on June 17, 2022 at Brooklyn, Massachusetts, on the ninth hole in the second round of the 2022 US Open Championship at the Country Club.

Colin Morikawa of the United States played his tee shot on the ninth hole in the second round of the 2022 US Open Championship on June 17, 2022 at the Country Club in Brooklyn, Massachusetts.
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“At my press conference last week, I said that the media loves creating plays. Sure, I woke up this morning, I think I’re the next one. I told you, but … I told you,” Morikawa said, referring to reports. Brooks is the latest player to miss the Koyepka Tour For the first US-based tournament of LIV golf next week.

“Once again for the record, you’re all completely wrong. I’m been here to stay on the PGA Tour and have been saying since February on the Riviera that nothing has changed.”

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During the US Open, Morikawa called the focus on the rival league “distracting”.

On Sunday, April 10, 2022, at the Masters Golf Tournament in Gallo, Collin Morikawa celebrated after making the final round for Birdie on the 18th hole.

On Sunday, April 10, 2022, at the Masters Golf Tournament in Gallo, Collin Morikawa celebrated after making the final round for Birdie on the 18th hole.
(AP Photo / Matt Slocum)

“It’s insane to see and hear all these rumors, because what are they?” He said through the golf channel. “I can read all these things, but everyone tells their children: Do not believe what’s on the Internet. That’s what we’re doing. That’s what we’re doing right now.”

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Following reports that Koypka was leaving, Abraham Anser announced on Twitter that he was joining LIV Golf.

“It was not a decision I took lightly. I am very grateful and would like to thank the PGA Tour for the opportunities I have had in my career so far. I look forward to what the future holds in my career,” his statement read.

Abraham Anser of Mexico came out of a bunker in the second hole during the first round of the Gallo Masters Golf Tournament on Thursday, August 8, 2021 in Augusta.

Abraham Anser of Mexico came out of a bunker in the second hole during the first round of the Gallo Masters Golf Tournament on Thursday, August 8, 2021 in Augusta.
(AP Photo / Gregory Bull)

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During a meeting with the players on Tuesday, Commissioner Jay Monahan discussed the proposed schedule changes and purse enhancement, including eight-event series worth at least $ 160 million in total prize money.