Of course, we have to take everything with a pinch of salt until there has been official confirmation, but @LIVTracking claims to have an "unblemished record" when it comes to announcing players joining the breakaway series.
ARTICLE UPDATE HERE: Xander Schauffele deals LIV Golf a big blow as he remains on the PGA Tour (for now)
Schauffele has been heavily-linked with Greg Norman's league since before a single shot was struck.
He was one of a number of high-profile players who released statements through their team insisting they wouldn't be leaving the PGA Tour.
They are just three players out of nine now plying their trade with LIV Golf who changed their mind about the Saudi-financed circuit.
This reported news comes after Rory McIlroy - who has been at the heart of this whole saga - called for the warring tours to sit down and talk.
McIlroy this week told Golf & Turismo there needed to be a "compromise" for the good of the game and that "no time should be wasted".
As for Schauffele, he was one of at least seven players targeted by Norman after their inaugural $255m eight-event "beta test" season came to a close in Miami where DJ's 4 Aces GC scooped the top prize.
LIV Golf chief Atul Khosla said before that event they wanted all of their transfers confirmed before the end of 2022.
According to various reports, the players who are likely to join the LIV Golf League next are:
- Xander Schauffele
- Patrick Cantlay
- Hideki Matsuyama
- Matt Kuchar
- Mito Pereira
- Sebastian Munoz
- Thomas Pieters
The 2023 LIV Golf League will reportedly have as many as 60 competitors.
It has to be said that this account also claimed Jon Rahm would be joining LIV Golf.
Rahm's Twitter account reacted to that by saying that their source was "wrong" and thanked them for the lift in the Player Impact Program boost.
However, the account responded by saying:
Rahm was reportedly close to joining Sergio Garcia's Fireballs GC team but that appears not to be the case.
Schauffele issued a statement about the "Saudi Golf League" on 24 February saying that he met with LIV representatives but he did not believe their product was "close to a finished product or a business model".
At the time, he added:
Has he changed his mind? He wouldn't be the first to do so.
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