En short, Brooks Koepka will announce that leaves the PGA Tour to enroll in the LIV Golf Invitationalwhere his brother Chase awaits him, and where he can even keep alive the rivalry he had with Bryson DeChambeau until very recently.
According to the British newspaper The Telegraphthe American player, who during the US Open criticized the press after asking his opinion about the LIV, you will receive a seven figure check for joining the new league, which in its eight tournaments of 2022 will hand out a global bag of $255 million.
The former world number one -the fourth to join this circuit along with Dustin Johnson, Martin Kaymer and Lee Westwood- saw his career come to a drastic halt after a slip suffered in October 2019 during The CJ Cupwhich led to various hip problems.
In 2021 Koepka had good performances in the big ones, and even won the Phoenix Open that year, although in recent months it has lacked regularity. In the past US Open he finished in 55th place after a good start.