LIV Golf 'rebel' Ian Poulter says 'never say never' when asked if he would be open to returning to his home circuit.
Speaking to bunkered for the latest edition of their magazine, the Postman suggested he would be open to returning to the European-based DP World Tour.
That would be providing the terms were right. Poulter resigned his membership in May after LIV players lost their arbitration case against the Old World circuit.
They had challenged the circuit's move to suspend and fine them for joining the breakaway league.
Both Poulter and Westwood said they had both settled their fines with the tour before the 151st Open whilst Garcia was said to have refused to pay.
Reports suggested Garcia then offered to settle the outstanding fines and play on the DP World Tour again next year in a last-ditch attempt to play in the 2023 Ryder Cup.
It is unknown if Garcia has settled his bill.
"As it stands right now I wouldn't [rejoin]," Poulter told the publication. "But let's wait and see the details of the framework agreement."
PGA Tour members were recently given an update on the framework agreement Poulter mentioned.
According to ESPN, the PGA Tour are exploring the opportunity to bring in more investors into the new, for-profit golf company.
Should negotiations with LIV Golf's backers fail, it is said the tour want to have a '$2bn war chest' to battle their rival in the future.
Whether the PGA Tour-PIF deal happens remains to be seen.
But Poulter said it was 'good news' the 'powers that be within the game of golf' have realised they 'need to try and work together'.
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