Jason Kokrak has won three times on the PGA Tour in his career which means his bank balance is likely fairly healthy.
His first ever victory in 2020 at the CJ Cup after 233 starts saw him claim more than $1.7million when he was 35 years old.
He's gone on to taste more wins, earning separate $1.3million paydays for winning the Houston Open and the Charles Schwab Challenge.
And last season, his winnings overall were more than $5million for the now 36-year-old father of two.
That being said, he appears to be brutally honest in his motivations for playing the Saudi International this week alongside the game's elite.
Kokrak told the Five Clubs podcast:
"I've had long conversations with a couple of the elite players on the PGA Tour. I haven't signed any $20 million contracts or any elevated contracts that would make me want to stay. I want to make as much money as I can in as little time.
"There's been no official contract that's come my way. I've heard rumours of guys signing already, guys in extended talks with the Saudis. I'm an independent contractor and I’m trying to take advantage.
"Competition is good. The Saudi Golf League or the Premier Golf League or whatever you want to call it has gained traction and created competition for the PGA Tour, which has in-turn increased the purses."
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Such has been the impact of money from the Saudis the PGA Tour have been forced into strategic alliances with the European Tour.
That ultimately led to the rebranding of the DP World Tour with even bigger prize purses announced.
There's also the PGA Tour's play impact program, which gives their star players a chance to earn even more money.
Tour player Pat Perez has spoken out about the impact program before, as he admitted these cash prizes are only realistically going to go to the game's elite players.