There have been a lot of offers made to Rickie Fowler by LIV Golf, but can he actually resist for long?

He remains one of the world's most popular players despite his declining game. His wife, Allison Stokke, welcomed their first child in November.

Fowler has resisted the league, funded by Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund, which offers him more money than he could ever earn on the PGA Tour. 

As a 30-plus LIV golfer whose games are predominantly on the back nine of the course, Fowler would have fit right in with many of the other golfers. 

Possibly, he wanted to spend more time with his family. In 2023, these golfers will be employees on a tour in which they will be lock into 14 weeks of work starting as independent contractors.

Fowler's message remains unchanged. Recently, he told Golfweek's Adam Schupak that the Tour is "where I intend to be" and that "things are going well."

As always, he left an open door, saying the Tour is the best place to play "and I would like to see it remain so, but you can't expect to remain the same and be the best forever."   

Aside from attracting new audiences, (LIV) also differs from what golf has always been, Fowler said. They cannot coexist in a perfect world since they are very different."

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