When word spread that Anthony Kim, a former PGA Tour favorite, would be making a comeback to the game at LIV Golf, golf fans went crazy.

On Thursday, as rumors that Anthony Kim was joining LIV Golf started to surface, golf fans went crazy on social media.

Matt Fisher, also known as Mr. Short Game Golf, started the rumors on YouTube.

Fisher reports that Kim will be joining the breakaway, along with multiple PGA Tour winner and European Ryder Cup star Viktor Hovland.

Hovland, Fisher said, was set to join Martin Kaymer’s Cleeks outfit and take a 25 per cent equity stake in the team.

That appears to be wide of the mark given SI and The Times of London claim that spot will be filled by Poland’s Adrian Meronk.

Meronk was voted the DP World Tour’s player of the year last season and was gearing up to play a full campaign on the PGA Tour.

However, the 6-foot-6-inch golfer reported absenteeism prior to the Farmers Insurance Open, bolstering the speculation that he was departing the venue.

Furthermore, there are rumors circulating that Jon Rahm is almost finalizing a deal to add Tyrell Hatton, the 16th-ranked player in the world, to his LIV squad.

Kim would undoubtedly be a major coup for LIV given his popularity before an injury ended his career early at the age of 29.

As the next Tiger Woods, Kim continues to enthrall golf fans years after his last victory on the PGA Tour.

You can find a ton of articles titled “What happened to Anthony Kim?” if you just Google his name.

Fisher said, “I know it sounds ridiculous.” But according to information I’ve learned from sources, LIV isn’t after Anthony Kim.

The way Anthony Kim is pursuing LIV is the opposite. I’m simply hearing that, and I’m not sure if it’s accurate.

“The rumors are those. He’s sending in his swing, almost like an audition tape, to demonstrate that he still has it and that he wants to be involved in this.

Between 2006 and 2012, Anthony Kim was one of the best.

Kim reportedly profited from a $10–20 million insurance policy, which is why he hasn’t played professional golf since 2012.

We all know that if Kim received a sizable enough offer from LIV, she would definitely think twice before playing again.

A user on X stated, “If AK goes to LIV, it’d be must-watch TV.” Another said, “I’d watch LIV to see AK again.”

Golfweek revealed in January that Kim continues to play golf, albeit not very often.

Over the years, his former coach Adam Schriber told the publication, he has frequently pleaded with Kim to “get the old clubs out.”

Kim responded, “That’s what everyone wants me to do,” according to Schriber.

On February 2, LIV Golf will launch their third season in Mexico.

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