Brooks Koepka responds to being left out of PGA Tour 'Ultimate Golfer' tweet

The PGA Tour tweeted a picture of how you would build your 'Ultimate Golfer' and included many faces from the circuit, but not Brooks Koepka.

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Wed, 22 Dec 2021

Brooks Koepka responds to being left out of PGA Tour 'Ultimate Golfer' tweet

On his day, Brooks Koepka is a formidable competitor that won't take defeat for an answer. His four wins at major championships came in double-quick time and brutal fashion.

He is an eight-time winner on the PGA Tour with his last victory coming at the Waste Management Phoenix Open earlier in the 2021 season.

This was off the back of three missed cuts too which proves the killer instinct on the course is always within him. He came tied second at the PGA Championship, tied fourth at the US Open and tied sixth at The Open.

He kept up his incredible scoring record in major championships this season and it was a result of fantastic all-round play. He was ranked seventh in strokes gained from off the tee, 11th in strokes gained from tee to green and eighth in total strokes gained.

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Koepka had a solid season, to say the least, even though he recently told a reporter that he hasn't reached his peak yet. A scary thought indeed.

Yesterday, the PGA Tour tweeted a graphic of how you would want to build your 'Ultimate Golfer'. It was split into four categories: Driver, Irons, Wedges and Putting.

In the Driver section, we have Bryson DeChambeau, Rory McIlroy, Cameron Champ and Matthew Wolff. The irons section has Justin Thomas, Jon Rahm, Patrick Cantlay and Collin Morikawa.

For wedges, we have Kevin Na, Jordan Spieth, Louis Oosthuizen and Webb Simpson. Finally, in putting, we have Ian Poulter, Sam Burns Cameron Smith and Patrick Reed.

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Not a Koepka to be seen in either category and the 31-year-old noticed this himself and gave a short and sharp response to the tweet with one of his own, as you can see above.

He responded with an emoji with a monocle on, as if to suggest that he looked closely and he still couldn't find his name in any of the four categories.

If you were to put Koepka in one of these categories, who would you replace and why?

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