Despite Having Weeks Passed, Brooks Koepka Still Can’t Accept the ‘Brutal’ Experience He Had at the Masters: “It Was Really Bad”

The second major of the year, the PGA Championship, has already began, and is in full flow. The event was highly anticipated among golf fans. Meanwhile, the lineup at Oak Hill is certainly star-studded. One of the big stars at the major championship is LIV golfer Brooks Koepka. He is surely one of the hot prospects at the event, given his miss at the Green Jacket last month.

The four-time major winner has been in remarkable form lately. Furthermore, it will surely be interesting to see how the 33-year-old, who has two back to back PGA Championships under his belt, performs at the event. While many eyes will be on the American pro, he has caught more attention due to his remarks on slow play in the sport.

Koepka is surely one of the favorites at LIV Golf to win the PGA Championship. The 33-year-old is one of the most hyped because of his runner-up finish at the 2023 Masters. However, after the tournament, the four time major champion shifted all the blame for his setback to Patrick Cantlay‘s slow play during the game. Now, weeks after that incident, the two-time PGA Championship winner talks about the slow play again.

Just before the start of the PGA Championship, the 33-year-old appeared in a recent episode of the podcast Pardon My Take. While talking on the podcast, the four-time major winner was asked what his response would be if someone played slow in front of him. Koepka was asked, “Does it kind of ruin your rhythm? Sometimes? Hypothetically, if someone was playing slowly in front of you?”


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