Rory McIlroy once again directed some wild words toward LIV Golf players as he continues to play a vital role in golf's civil war.

The Northern Ireland star has already revealed plans for his own 'golf league' venture with Tiger Woods, in a clear bid to attract new audiences

PGA events and stave off the threat of the Saudi-backed tour. Henrik Stenson has already been stripped of his European

while tournament stalwarts like Ian Poulter, Lee Westwood, and Sergio Garcia have already moved on. Dustin Johnson, Brooks Koepka,

and Bryson DeChambeau is also seemingly ruled out on the American side. But despite the potential for golf's biggest team event to be without a host of star names,

the four-time major champion doubled down on his stance, saying: “I've said it once, I've said it a hundred times

They dominated the European team 19-9 in Wisconsin last September. And in another dig at his long-time teammates,

McIlroy urged new captain Luke Donald to pick a younger team this time. "I still think we needed a rebuild," he said.