Rumours about Brooks Koepka’s future have been swirling for a while – and thanks to his latest move, they have only intensified.
The four-time major winner has changed his bio on Twitter amid speculation he is set to sign for LIV Golf.
Until yesterday it read “PGA Tour/Nike athlete”. Now, however, it only contains the handle of his charity foundation.
Following a tense press conference at the US Open, Koepka's latest move has led to the rumours he is set to jump ship stepping up a notch.
At Brookline, Koepka claimed he was “fed up” talking about the LIV Series and described it as a “black cloud”.
However, when questioned about his future, he refused to rule out the prospect of joining the Saudi-backed rebel circuit.
“I haven’t given it that much thought,” he said last week.
“I don’t understand. I'm trying to focus on the US Open, man. I legitimately don't get it. I'm tired of the conversations. I'm tired of all this stuff.”
Koepka’s brother Chase is already a LIV player and took part in the rebel league’s curtain-raiser earlier this month, while his long-time foe Bryson DeChambeau has signed up to play in the next event.
That will be held at Pumpkin Ridge in Portland from July 1-3.