In the battle between the PGA Tour and Saudi Arabia-backed LIV Golf, a number of the world's top golfers have made it clear which side they stand on.
One golfer who seems to be playing his cards close to his chest is Rickie Fowler.
While Fowler has recently made some big changes to recapture his former glory,
he remains adamant that he is keeping his options open as to what tour he plays in the future.
"I don't necessarily have to make a decision one way or the other," Fowler said in May. “I've mentioned in the past, do I think the PGA Tour is the best place to play right now?
Fowler has spent much of the past few years in a slump and struggled to make cuts in PGA tournaments, leading some to wonder if he would appreciate the uncut style of LIV Golf,
not to mention the guaranteed income. However, he has also earned $41 million in his career in addition to numerous endorsements,
“This is where I plan to be,” Fowler said. "I would say that things are in the works now in terms of the things that the Tour is trying to develop in terms of modernization
“It can bring in a potentially new audience just because it's different. At the same time, it's not what golf has always beenWe'll see if Fowler follows in the footsteps