World No. 2 Jon Rahm is openly committed to his golf career, saying "his heart is on the PGA Tour."

Like every other golfer, Rahm is no doubt touched by the Saudi-backed LIV Golf Invitational series as she tries to build her new journey.

While some golfers have a big name - that is. Phil Mickelson, Dustin Johnson,

and Bryson DeChambeau - decided to take the money and abandon the PGA Tour,

Rahm holding on to the organization he believes in.

The ruling U.S. Champion Open said it understands some of the LIV Tour complaints but in the end, it does not fit the format.

He said the shooting, which is a three-day, uncut structure "is not a golf tournament" for him.

Rahm also cited the rich history of the PGA Tour and his "love of the game" as reasons for his decision.