Jon Rahm was not among the notable names listed as committed to the American Express field next month as rumors persist that the world No. 3 could be leaving the PGA Tour for LIV Golf.

Rahm regularly plays the American Express in La Quinta, California, as part of his West Coast swing. He’s won the event twice — including this year — and tied for 14th in 2022.

However, he was not among the marquee names released by tournament organizers Tuesday, a list that included Patrick CantlayXander SchauffeleTony Finau and Tom Kim.

Often, the defending champion enters the ensuing year’s event, although it’s worth noting that the 2024 PGA Tour schedule features eight designated events, causing players who qualify for them to carefully evaluate their schedules in conjunction with the four majors and the Players Championship.

Rahm has not commented on his future in the wake of reports that he’s weighing an offer upward of $300 million to sign with the Saudi-backed LIV Golf.