Brooks Koepka makes controversial remarks about Ryder Cup | Golf Today | Golf Channel

The Golf Today team reacts to Brooks Koepka's statement on the difference between the Ryder Cup and regular tournaments or major weeks on the PGA Tour. #GolfChannel #GolfToday #PGATour
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Brooks Koepka makes controversial remarks about Ryder Cup | Golf Today | Golf Channel

10 thoughts on “Brooks Koepka makes controversial remarks about Ryder Cup | Golf Today | Golf Channel

  1. If he doesn't like it he should relinquish his spot to someone who does want to represent USA and there are plenty of them.. His comments and attitude will have a negative impact on everyone else, and now he is trying to blame the media for the negativity.

  2. While refreshingly honest comments, they put Brooks in a bad position with his teammates and moving forward. If he hits a bad shot for a teammate, the teammate will say back "Did you do your job THEN??" He's gotta withdraw now, cuz he's clearly not into the Ryder Cup. And the bad press will follow the US team all week. Bring back Justin Leonard as his replacement lol

  3. I don't have a good feeling about the US Team's chances this year….I think they are setting themselves up for a beating. I hope they win, but I don't have a good feeling about this.

  4. Even when teammates don't get along, the respect with regards to the other's input to make the TEAM great is always there. BTW, Kobe and Shaq saw that and became friends later on. How is that lost in my man's analysis there? But BRooks never makes a bad shot and he would beat the entire European team if only he was nicely requested to do so… 🙂 #GoEurope

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