Perhaps it could be nothing, but Brooks Koepka's latest Twitter activity suggests he could be off to LIV Golf.
The four-time major champion has dropped PGA TOUR from his bio on the social media platform, possibly hinting at his future plans.
Koepka, 32, has not played too much golf this season. He made the cut at the US Open but endured a torrid weekend.
The American, who won the US Open back-to-back in 2017 and 2018, finished 55th with a score of 12-over par after four rounds.
Earlier in the week, he was involved in a tense press conference where he said the media were casting a "black cloud" over proceedings.
He added: "I don't understand. I'm trying to focus on the U.S. Open, man. I legitimately don't get it. I'm tired of the conversations. I'm tired of all this stuff.
"Like I said, y'all are throwing a black cloud on the U.S. Open. I think that sucks. I actually do feel bad for them [the USGA] for once because it's a shitty situation. We're here to play, and you are talking about an event that happened last week."
Koepka's younger brother Chase, 28, has signed up to LIV Golf.
Brooks said at the US Open that he would love and support his brother with whatever choices he makes in his life.
So Koepka is either obnoxiously trolling golf fans during the most volatile time in modern golf history….. or he’s going to LIV.— No Laying Up (@NoLayingUp) June 21, 2022
Either way, he stripped “PGA TOUR” out of his bio. https://t.co/zxFDj0C9T4
He did not pocket any extra cash in the team event aspect.
Elsewhere, PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan will be reportedly meeting with the PGA Tour membership today.
Monahan has suspended PGA Tour players indefinitely who have signed up to LIV Golf that have not resigned.
Bryson DeChambeau, who confirmed he had signed for LIV Golf last week before the US Open, said it would be "an honour" to play on the PGA Tour again but would not comment further.
He insisted his decision to turn his back on the PGA Tour was "a business decision".