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huge question mark still lingers over Brooks Koepka’s participation in
next week’s Ryder Cup as the four-time major champion continues his
recovery from the wrist injury that forced him to
withdraw from the Tour Championship.

In the event that he doesn’t win his fitness race, it’s hard to imagine that he’ll be too disappointed.  

an interview with Golf Digest, Koepka sounded far from enthused by the
biennial match between Europe and the United States, the next edition of
which gets underway at Whistling Straits next week.

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“It’s different,” said Koepka. “It’s hectic. It’s a bit odd, if I’m honest. I don’t want to say it’s a bad week. We’re just so individualised,
and everybody has their routine and a different way of doing things,
and now, it’s like, OK, we have to have a meeting at this time or go do
this or go do that. It’s the opposite of what happens during a major
week. If I break down a major week, it’s so chill.”

Koepka, 31, made his debut in the contest at 2016 in Hazeltine and featured again three years ago at Le Golf National