Ryder Cup Europe captain Luke Donald says he's "leaving controversy to others" as he revealed he's trying not to think about the court hearing in February that will determine whether the DP World Tour have the legal power to ban LIV Golf players.
He's also been tight-lipped with regards to what his opinion is on the bigger picture.
The game has become fractured with some of the game's elite trading insults that would be more suited on an episode of Jerry Springer.
Englishman Donald did admit he believed any LIV Golf-related bitterness would be swept aside when the Europeans bid to avenge their 19-9 dismantling at Whistling Straits, saying the competition is bigger than any one individual.
Donald will, however, have as many as six captain's picks when he builds his 12-man side. It marks an increase from the three players that Padraig Harrington was permitted, which forced him to make the then controversial decision to omit Justin Rose from the side.
The former World No. 1 will also have the top three players available from the world points list. Qualifying for the 2023 Ryder Cup began at the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth in September.
That tournament was won by Shane Lowry, who said his win was one for the good guys.
Donald has given an interview to GolfByTourMiss, where he stated:
On the subject of Garcia, he has most recently given an explosive interview to Spanish newspaper Marca where he accused some of his former Ryder Cup teammates of behaving without class.
It wouldn't be too difficult to work out who Garcia has in his cross hairs as the likes of Rory McIlroy have been vocal about not wanting LIV players in the Ryder Cup side.
Garcia said that he would still love to participate and be "the Sergio who loves the Ryder Cup and puts an arm around everyone's shoulders".
The 2017 Masters champion specifically picked out Jon Rahm as not being included in who he thought was his friend.
This week Rahm came out swinging in support of LIV Golf, saying that professional golfers should be thankful for the changes that have benefitted the elite pros.