Brooks Koepka is QUITTING golf’s PGA Tour to join the money-spinning Saudi breakaway LIV Golf Series
BREAKING NEWS: Four-time major winner Brooks Koepka STOPS golf’s PGA Tour to join his brother on money-guzzling Saudi breakaway tour, months after he lashed out at fellow rebel Phil Mickelson for being ‘greedy’
Brooks Koepka retires from the PGA Tour to join the controversial Saudi breakaway LIV Golf Series, according to reports.
The four-time major winner, 32, will become the last big name to take part in the money-spinning tour, with the American to be announced in the coming days along with compatriots Bryson DeChambeau and Patrick Reed.
It also comes just a few months after Koepka – whose brother Chase is already signed to LIV Golf – effectively called Phil Mickelson “greedy” over his potential involvement in the new tour that has stunned the golf world in recent weeks.
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Brooks Koepka Quits PGA Tour to Join Controversial LIV Golf Series