Brooks Koepka talks of participating in Saudi-backed LIV golf

Brooks Koepka talks of participating in Saudi-backed LIV golf

ESPN, Sky Sports and the Telegraph all reported 32-year-old Koepka’s planned departure from the PGA Tour. 

The world No. 19 is expected to make his LIV Golf debut at the new tour’s first stateside tournament in Portland later this month. 

Koepka’s agent Blake Smith did not immediately respond to Forbes’ request for comment. 

Four-time major champion Brooks Koepka plans to join LIV Golf, several outlets reported Tuesday morning, becoming the latest and perhaps  

most high-profile name to ditch the PGA Tour for the controversial new LIV golf series funded by the Saudi Arabian government. 

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Koepka’s younger brother Chase Koepka joined LIV Golf earlier this month. The former world No. 1 called Mickelson “greedy” in February 

related to the latter’s controversial comments supporting LIV Golf. Koepka later distanced himself from LIV Golf criticism, telling reporters at last week’s U.S. Open: