Cameron Young is 'strongly inclined' to stay on the PGA Tour and reject LIV Golf
Cameron Young may not be going anywhere.
The likely PGA Tour Rookie of the Year has been linked to the inaugural LIV Golf Tour on Wednesday, but a person close to the situation,
who spoke on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the issue, said the 25-year-old was unlikely to join the Saudi-backed league.
Young has seven top-three finishes this season and last month's 150th Open at St. Andrew’s finished second behind Cameron Smith.
Smith is reportedly set to jump to LIV Golf after the 2022 FedEx Cup playoffs.
Young, a former Wake Forest standout, entered this week in 10th place on the PGA Tour money list with $6.3 million in 22 tournaments.
"He's been contacted, but at this point he's very much inclined to stay on the PGA Tour," the source said.
According to multiple reports Tuesday, Smith headed to LIV Golf after the playoffs, which begin Thursday with the FedEx St. Jude Championship.