Brooks Koepka is probably going to be an integral a part of the U.S. staff all via the upcoming Ryder Cup, however his newest ideas on being on the squad drew ire from former member Paul Azinger.
Azinger, who was the captain of the U.S. staff when it ended its shedding streak in route of Team Europe in 2008, took concern with Koepka’s newest ideas about how the Ryder Cup takes away from the person participant. Azinger educated ESPN if Koepka doesn’t want it, then he ought to quit his spot.
“I’m not sure he loves the Ryder Cup that much, if he doesn’t love it he should relinquish his spot and get people there who do love it,” the 1993 PGA Championship winner acknowledged. “Not everybody embraces it. But if you don’t love it, and you’re not sold out, then I think Brooks — especially being hurt — should consider whether or not he really wants to be there. And if you add the Bryson [DeChambeau] dynamic to that, that would be an even easier decision for him.”
Koepka has been nursing a wrist hurt that launched on him to withdraw from The Tour Championship. Regardless, he was named to the U.S. staff for the Ryder Cup, which is about to happen at Whistling Straits in Wisconsin starting Sept. 24.
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He was part of the U.S. staff’s 2016 victory and was on the employees in 2018 as correctly.
He educated Golf Digest earlier all through the week he was upset with the employees dynamic of the Ryder Cup.
“It’s tough. There are times where I’m like, I won my match. I did my job. What do you want from me? I know how to take responsibility for the shots I hit every week. Now, somebody else hit a bad shot and left me in a bad spot, and I know this hole is a loss. That’s new, and you have to change the way you think about things. You go from an individual sport all the time to a team sport one week a year. It’s so far from my normal routine.”
The 2021 Ryder Cup was set to be carried out final yr, nonetheless it was moved to 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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