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Brooks Koepka is clearly irked.
The five-time major champion is currently in LIV Golf’s offseason after earning just short of $14million in prize money during his second year playing in the Saudi-backed league.
It could be all change at his Smash GC team in 2024, with brother Chase relegated, barring a victory at LIV’s Promotions Event, and Matthew Wolff also expected to move on after the duo’s bitter fallout.
But it is not the uncertainty around his roster that is filling Koepka with the most frustration – at least publicly.
A pair of sarcastic comments left on LIV’s Instagram show us that if there is one thing we now know about Koepka, it’s that he wants to know his playing schedule.
On Saturday, Koepka replied on Instagram to LIV’s light-hearted photoshopped direct message board asking people which player they’d most want to receive a ‘DM’ from. His reply read: “The Dm with the schedule for next year would be nice.”
That message has since been deleted, but Koepka raised eyebrows further on Sunday evening, responding to LIV’s latest post.
“The swag is unmatched. Which ones are you rocking on the course?” LIV’s post read, with a number of different golf spikes worn by the big players. “We don’t know what course cause we haven’t seen the schedule,” was Koepka’s retort.
Guys I think Brooks wants to see the LIV Golf schedule pic.twitter.com/SANgHh00nr
— claire rogers (@kclairerogers) November 19, 2023
LIV bosses are still yet to publicly reveal their calendar for the 2024 season, and players are just as in the dark about the league’s plans.
It is expected that the league will continue like last year, with 14 events played in a global schedule.
But so far, only Adelaide has been confirmed as a venue for the new season, after LIV’s success in south Australia in 2023.
And, based on last year’s series of events, it looks like Koepka may have a little longer to wait to find out where he’ll be playing the majority of his golf in 2024.
Last year, LIV announced its 14-event, seven country calendar at the end of January, four weeks before the season-opening event at Mayakoba in Mexico.
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