Rory McIlroy confirmed Monday he had turned down the chance to play in next month's European Tour event in Saudi Arabia despite reportedly being offered a multi-million-dollar appearance fee.
World number one Brooks Koepka, defending champion Dustin Johnson and five-time major champion Phil Mickelson are among the big names who have signed up for the event.
"100%, there's a morality to it as well", added McIlroy about his decision to miss the event, which takes place from 30 January until 2 February.
"You could say that over so many countries, not just Saudi Arabia, but many countries where we play, there is a reason not to go, but I just don't want to go".
On Golf Channel's Morning Drive, he said: "It's just not something that excites me".
'I believe the ambiance seems higher on the occasions on the West Coast and I might a lot somewhat play in entrance of huge golf followers and play in a match that basically excites me, ' McIlroy stated.
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American golfer Patrick Reed, meanwhile, has denied cheating in a tournament last week and hit out at global team players for saying he had, as a little edge entered proceedings yesterday ahead of the Presidents Cup.
Reed picked up a two-stroke penalty in the third round of the Hero World Challenge last week after he deliberately hit the sand with his club twice while taking practice swings in a bunker, marking a very clear and obvious rule violation.
Cameron Smith was quoted in Australian media as saying that Reed had been "cheating the rules" and some of his global team-mates said the American had exposed himself to some flak from the crowd through his actions.
"If you do something unintentionally that's breaking the rules, it's not considered cheating", Reed said.
This follows a similar decision by United States golfer Tiger Woods, who revealed last week that he turned down a $3m (€2.7m) appearance fee to play at the Saudi International tournament, which boasts a $3.5m purse and is offering seven-figure appearance fees for several players.