Watch: Rory McIlroy laughs as he addresses wild LIV Golf rumours

Rory McIlroy insists he will play the PGA Tour for the rest of his life as he poured cold water on a report he will join LIV Golf for $750m.

Rory McIlroy, Joaquin Niemann
Rory McIlroy, Joaquin Niemann

Rory McIlroy says he has never been offered a deal with LIV Golf or contemplated joining the breakaway. 

McIlroy was sensationally linked with LIV after the 2024 Masters for a rumoured $850m

The report has since been described as completely wide of the mark by his agent Sean O'Flaherty.

And now McIlroy has spoken about the wild rumour before the RBC Heritage in an interview with Golf Central.

McIlroy told Lewis:

"I honestly don't know how things get started, I've never been offered a number from LIV and I've never contemplated going to LIV. I think I've made it clear over the past two years that I don't think it's something for me. Doesn't mean I judge people that have played over there. One of the things I've realised over the past two years is people can make their own decisions for whatever they think is best for themselves. Who are we to judge them for that? Personally for me, my future is here on the PGA Tour and it's never been any different."

He added:

"I will play the PGA Tour for the rest of my career."


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