Jordan Spieth categorically rejected speculation surrounding a possible switch to LIV Golf.
Reports from Golf Monthly claimed Spieth was negotiating with the controversial Saudi-backed breakaway series.
However, Spieth took to Twitter to clear up any uncertainty.
"Because of false reporting today, I feel the need to comment. Let me be clear, any reports that I am contemplating competing anywhere other than the PGA Tour are categorically untrue," Spieth's post read.
"I am NOT in discussions with LIV. I have been quoted on the record for months that I fully support the PGA Tour and have never considered any alternatives.
"My goal has not changed since I began playing golf—to win PGA TOUR events and major Championships, and to compete against the best players in the world. Those who truly know me, know what is most important to me."
The emphatic denial of the reports comes hours after Golf Monthly published a statement by Spieth's agent, Jay Danzi.
"Jordan is not in discussions with LIV and is fully supportive of and happy on the PGA Tour," the statement said.
The same report that mentioned Spieth also listed Cam Smith, Henrik Stenson, Tommy Fleetwood and Hideki Matsuyama as players who were considering talks with LIV Golf.