Alex Fitzpatrick, the younger brother of US Open champion Matthew, believes he was right to turn down the Saudi-backed LIV Golf series in the wake of his brother's stunning maiden major win.
In a report written by James Corrigan of The Daily Telegraph, the 23-year-old, who recently turned professional as one of the world's best amateurs, believes he has made "totally the right choice".
Earlier in the season the US Open champion spoke about how his brother was offered the chance to play in the first two seasons of the controversial Greg Norman-led series.
Matthew told the media that his brother consulted him and their parents before turning down Norman, the chief executive of LIV Golf Investments.
Alex, who made his debut on the PGA Tour debut at the Valspar Championship after he won the Valspar Collegiate to gain a spot, was inside the ropes at The Country Club at Brookline to watch his brother claim a thrilling victory last weekend.
In fact, he faced a dramatic race against time as he flew back to England mid-week but had to catch a last minute flight to get back in time after seeing his brother was tied for the lead going into the final day.
He told The Telegraph: "This reinforces that I made the right choice with LIV. It was money being thrown at me and more money than I could comprehend.
"But what was the risk? Matt's win has just highlighted why I practise so hard every day.
"It's about the dream, not money, although the money is, of course, very nice."
He added: "Matt helped me arrive at my decision and this just shows that we were correct. My brother isn't anywhere near finished, either."
Alex will be in the field for the forthcoming Irish Open.