Bryson DeChambeau will be the next superstar to sign up to the LIV Golf Invitational Series, his agent has confirmed.
Brett Falkoff confirmed DeChambeau's involvement on a rollercoaster first day for LIV Golf, which launched with the first round of its first event in London on Thursday.
Reports had revealed DeChambeau and Patrick Reed would be joining the controversial breakaway league.
There was still no announcement from LIV Golf, but Falkoff said in a statement reported by GolfChannel.com: "Bryson has always been an innovator.
"Having the opportunity to get in on the ground floor of something unique has always been intriguing to him. Professional golf as we know it is changing and it's happening quickly."
DeChambeau does not intend to resign from the PGA Tour, the same website reported, although he may have no choice in the matter.
The Tour suspended all players involved in the LIV Golf Invitational London, including the returning Phil Mickelson.
During Thursday's first round, LIV Golf responded in a statement, saying: "Today's announcement by the PGA Tour is vindictive and it deeps the divide between the Tour and its members.
"It's troubling that the Tour, an organisation dedicated to creating opportunities for golfers to play the game, is the entity blocking golfers from playing.
"This certainly is not the last word on this topic.
"The era of free agency is beginning as we are proud to have a full field of players joining us in London, and beyond."