Brooks Koepka is reportedly out the PGA Tour door and on his solution to LIV Golf, drawing swift and brutal response from the golf world.
The four-time main winner has beforehand insisted he doesn’t care about cash, and brought purpose at journalists when being requested about LIV Golf.
Simply final week, he slammed reporters on the US Open as he deflected questions on becoming a member of the rival tour, the place his brother Chase performs.
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“I’m right here. I’m right here on the US Open. I’m able to play US Open, and I believe it type of sucks, too, you might be all throwing this black cloud over the US Open,” he stated.
“It’s one among my favorite occasions. I don’t know why you guys preserve doing that. The extra legs you give it, the extra you retain speaking about it.”
In February 2020, when the thought of a Saudi-funded league began making waves, Koepka stated: “Cash doesn’t matter.
“It’s not one thing that’s necessary. I simply need to be comfortable. Cash’s not going to make me comfortable. I simply need to play in opposition to the perfect.
“If someone gave me $200 million tomorrow it’s not going to alter my life. What am I going to get out of it? I have already got (sufficient cash) that I might retire proper now, however I don’t need to. I simply need to play golf.”
Now The Telegraph reviews that Koepka is the most recent recruit by LIV Golf, who can pay him a sign-on charge believed to be within the ballpark of these paid to Bryson DeChambeau (A$143m) and Dustin Johnson (A$179m).
In mild of the information, social media was swift to remind Koepka of his feedback from each 2020 and final week.