Tony Finau isn’t leaving the PGA Tour for the LIV Golf League, he announced Monday on social media.

Finau, a six-time winner on the PGA Tour, wrote on Instagram that he will be returning to the PGA Tour for a 10th season in 2024. There had been recent speculation that Finau might jump to the LIV Golf League, and he didn’t do much to shoot it down at last week’s Grant Thornton Invitational.

On Thursday, LIV Golf signed Spain’s Jon Rahm, the third-ranked player in the world, to what sources said is a multiyear contract worth more than $300 million. LIV Golf League officials are recruiting other PGA Tour players to join Rahm’s team, sources told ESPN.

Finau, 34, won twice this past season at the Houston Open in November 2022 and the Mexico Open in April. He had 13 top-25 finishes in 24 starts. Finau has collected more than $37.4 million in on-course earnings during his PGA Tour career. He is currently ranked 21st in the Official World Golf Ranking.