Golf Channel analyst Brandel Chamblee is on the warpath and now Brooks Koepka is in his crosshairs.
"If the tour's philanthropic aspect dies, the autopsy should read LIV," Chamblee argued. "It should read Phil."
Now he has stated LIV Golf player Brooks Koepka making Team USA would be 'bad for the Ryder Cup'.
Koepka is currently fifth in the Ryder Cup standings. Only the top six players qualify automatically for Zach Johnson's Team USA.
Beyond that, the decision is with Johnson and his team of vice captains.
Johnson is a PGA Tour loyalist and he has made no secret that he's not really a fan of LIV Golf.
He previously joked he didn't know what TV network airs LIV broadcasts. More recently, it was revealed he's had practically zero communication with the rival league players.
Johnson's vice Fred Couples previously let slip that Homa would be heading to Italy but he's hit form at exactly the right time.
There is also the small matter of the season-ending Tour Championship at East Lake where even more points will be on offer.
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