Brooks Koepka says he still 'loves' the PGA Tour and insisted he has no problems with commissioner Jay Monahan.
The 32-year-old missed the cut at the 86th edition of the tradition unlike any other and he has since struggled with injury after injury.
In an interview with the i, Koepka has explained he was supposed to be out of action for more than a year after undergoing knee surgery.
In fact it was only a few weeks later that Koepka was teeing it up at Augusta National as Tiger Woods made his return to major championship golf.
Koepka told the publication he was just trying to find a way to swing without pain.
Fast-forward to now Koepka maintains he's as healthy as he has ever been since he ticked off four majors in quick succession.
Koepka was even described as 'the major whisperer' by Rickie Fowler in the Netflix documentary Full Swing.
Will he ever get back to his peak? Koepka was bullish about his chances.
A number of LIV players have spoken about the reception they will receive when they descend upon Augusta.
Koepka insists that he has no problems with anyone. Even embattled commissioner Monahan.
The four-time major champ was deliberately announced as a LIV Golf signing during a Monahan press conference at the 2022 Travelers.
Koepka told the publication:
As for his quest for the green jacket, Koepka did concede the LIV aspect will add some spice.
But he added:
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