Among the many PGA Tour golfers who have voiced their strong opinions on the Saudi-backed LIV Golf Series, Jon Rahm has made it pretty clear where he stands.
"I can see the appeal that everybody sees to LIV Golf," Rahm said in June.To be honest, the format part doesn't appeal to me. Shotgun, three days, no golf tournament for me
no cut. It's so simple. I want to play against the best in the world and a format that has been around for hundreds of years.
Since then, a lot has happened in the golf world and many of his peers have left for LIV Golf. But as Rahm prepares for the FedEx Cup playoffs,
he remains focused on the task at hand, and it doesn't sound like he's given much thought or concern to the elevated rival league and their legal battles.
“Well, I can tell you I didn't pay any attention to it. I only found out it was happening when I walked by the players' table
and I saw about ten really nervous people walking around the room and I thought, 'Well, something's going on,'" Rahm told GolfWeek.
” I asked to hear what was going on. But I never actually - I was in the room when the judge announced his decision,