Brooks Koepka says he misses competing against Rory McIlroy and Scottie Scheffler after entering his name into LIV Golf League record books on Sunday night.
Koepka carded a final-round 68 to seal a one-shot win at LIV Golf Orlando, becoming the first player to win twice on the Saudi-backed circuit in the process.
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Four-time major champion Koepka is going in search of a first Green Jacket.
While he is seemingly enjoying his time on LIV Golf following his huge $100m move away from the PGA Tour last summer, Koepka has revealed he misses competing against the world's two best players right now in Scottie Scheffler and Rory McIlroy.
Looking ahead to The Masters following his one-shot victory in Orlando on Sunday night, Koepka said:
Koepka was as big as 66/1 to win The Masters last week, but his odds have since tumbled down to 33/1 in most places following his victory at LIV Golf Orlando over the weekend.
McIlroy and Scheffler are clear 7/1 favourites for the season's first major, while World No.3 Jon Rahm is next up in the betting at 9/1.
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