First he labelled the media "liars" over his alleged Ryder Cup scrap with Dustin Johnson. Then he revealed how Sergio Garcia "acted like a child" in Saudi Arabia last week. Now, Brooks Koepka has told how "no one has the balls to penalise slow play."
Koepka, the three-time major champion and back-to-back US Open, was speaking about the world of golf with Danny Kanell on Sirius XM radio.
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"It is frustrating. There's a lot of slow players, a lot of them are kind of the very good players, too, which is kind of the problem," said Koepka.
"I think it's weird how we have rules where we have to make sure it's dropping from knee height or the caddie can't be behind you and then they also have a rule where you have to hit it in 40 seconds, but that one's not enforced. You enforce some but you don't enforce the others.
"[Slow players are] breaking the rules but no one ever has the balls to actually penalise them."
Watch Koepka's comments in the video below...