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Despite playing in the first LIV Golf event earlier this year, Pablo Larrazabal has pledged his future to the DP World Tour.

The Spaniard, who has won twice on the European circuit this year, featured in the first LIV contest at Centurion Club, leading to a £100,000 fine and a ban from PGA Tour co-sanctioned events.

He has not played on the Saudi-funded rebel tour since – but he has also not played any event for the last six weeks, leading to speculation over his future.

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But Larrazabal, who is making his return at Made in Himmerland this week, has now shot down suggestions he plans to quit the DP World Tour, taking to Instagram to set the record straight.

“For those that are speaking without knowing, I am a DP World Tour member and my dream has always been to succeed here in Europe,” he wrote.

“See you at some point at my office, the DP World Tour.”

Larrazabal is one of 19 players to have featured in at least one of the three previous LIV events not in the field for this week’s event in Boston.

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However, it would appear he has no plans to feature on the breakaway tour again.

Richard Bland, who has played in every event so far, told the Bros and Birdies podcast Larrazabal only had a one-tournament deal.

Other players have agreed to play two or three times, Bland added.

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