Brooks Koepka was having fun with a rules official at the Ryder Cup on Saturday as he and Daniel Berger faced off against Sergio Garcia and Jon Rahm.
One of the bullets during their clash was struck in the weeds near a sandbox. Koepka begged a rules official to get a free drop in hopes of getting a better seat.
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“Have you ever seen me hit a ball?” Koepka asked with a smile.
The rules manager replied, “I saw you hitting lots of balls.”
The interaction caused Garcia to spit out his water, laughing.
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Koepka didn’t really seem happy to have been prevented from getting a drop of the place. We heard him say to officials, “If I break my wrist, it’s for both of you.
Koepka arrived at the Ryder Cup with concerns about his wrist. He was forced to drop out of the Tour Championship due to a wrist injury.
He made a remark about his health at the Ryder Cup press conference earlier in the week.
“I’m like glass,” he said via Golf.com. “So I wouldn’t say I’m 100%. Left knee, right knee. I’m broken, man.”
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His 2020-21 season was marked by knee injuries, a hip problem and later a wrist problem.