However, don’t think for a second that Koepka has regrets about his choice, despite reports saying otherwise.
Recently, there have been reports that the former No. 1 player was having “buyer’s remorse” about taking the money and running to LIV. He was also named as one of the golfers concerned about the shifting number of events in the LIV season, which was not entirely clear when he signed his massive contract with the Saudi-backed league.
However, speaking with Sports Illustrated, Koepka says that he has no regrets and he has been very clear about what he was getting himself into this whole time.
“I’m fine, I’m satisfied, I’m content with every decision I’ve made,” Koepka says.
And when asked about any fine print in the agreement between himself and LIV, Koepka was equally content.
“I knew everything I was getting into,” Koepka says.
We’ll have to take Brooks at his word because he’s been pretty adamant in recent days defending his decision and not looking back. We’ll see if there’s any drama between him and the PGA tour loyalists when they share Augusta National for The Masters this week.