Koepka and Rahm join McIlroy in stance against Premiere Golf League

The Premiere Golf League took another hit as world number’s two and four both decided they won’t be participating in the league.

Brooks Koepka and Jon Rahm are both sticking to the PGA Tour.

“I think what I’m going to do is focus on just the PGA Tour,” Rahm told Golfweek on Thursday. “At the end of the day I’m a competitor. I’m a PGA Tour member and I’m going to stay that way.

“I’m a young player. The PGA Tour has been doing things extremely well,” Rahm said. “Hopefully I have a long career ahead on the PGA Tour. The PGA Tour has done such a great job with what we have and I’m really thankful for what they’ve done.

Bubba Watson is also on the list of golfers who won’t join the PGL.

It seems that Jay Monahan’s threat that any player who joins the PGL will not be able to play on the PGA Tour has been taken to heart.

I find this disappointing.

Author: Michael Shamburger

Michael is the founder and Editor in Chief of The Stiff Shaft. He is also the Senior Editor of Golfweek Custom Media and covers the World Long Drive for Golf Channel. He has 9+ years of covering golf, is an LSU fan, and prefers to hit driver-wedge as often as possible.