Matt Fitzpatrick isn't losing sleep over the PGA Tour title battle with LIV Golf. Led by Greg Norman and backed by Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund,

the inaugural circuit has broken the Tour and taken some of its best talents, including three of the top seven players on the 2021 BMW Championship rankings.

If you expand that number, it's seven of the top 21. “Yes, it's still an incredibly fantastic pitch. There are 70 of the best players in the world on the course this week,

Fitzpatrick said ahead of the 2022 BMW Championship, held this year at Wilmington Country Club in Delaware.

“Yeah, I think only three of them aren't here, it's not a big loss in my opinion. The 27-year-old hasn't been bothered too often by the biggest story to hit professional golf.

They mainly see only the discourse in the media. "You just get tired of talking about it," he said. “My personal opinion is yes, let's do it now.

I just want to play golf and focus on what you're doing." In 18 starts this season,

the Englishman has made 15 cuts with 13 top-25 finishes and 10 top-10 finishes, which ties him with Justin Thomas for the most on Tour.