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I Don’t Care. They Can Think Whatever They Want To Think’ – Koepka Responds To Critics

I Don’t Care. They Can Think Whatever They Want To Think' - Koepka Responds To Critics

In June 2022, Brooks Koepka made the move to LIV Golf, with the American originally vowing his loyalty to the PGA Tour before joining not long after. Since then, he has picked up a LIV Golf Invitational Series event in Jeddah and has fallen outside of the World’s Top 100 due to the Saudi-backed circuit still not being eligible for Official World Golf Ranking points.

Although it’s unclear as to why Brooks left the PGA Tour to join LIV, one reason seemed to be revealed in the recent ‘Full Swing’ Netflix docuseries, where the American was seen to be struggling mentally with his game. Along with the mental struggles, Koepka has also been injured, with the 32-year-old dislocating his kneecap and damaging ligaments two years ago.

Brooks Koepka poses with the trophy after winning the LIV Golf Jeddah tournament

Koepka celebrates his LIV Golf Jeddah title

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Speaking recently, he stated that “I don’t care. They can think whatever they want to think,” in relation to people commenting on his move and, on Wednesday, Koepka explained that: “Listen, I’ve played into the villain role.”


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