Brooks Koepka has confirmed that he will play at the Ryder Cup and he will be fully fit after suffering a wrist injury at the Tour Championship.
After the World No. 9 withdrew from the PGA Tour season finale at East Lake with a similar injury he sustained in 2018, there was a worry that he wouldn't be able to play at Whistling Straits.
Koepka did not take part in a recent two-day practice session with the American team in Wisconsin, but in a message to Golfweek, he confirmed that he will be playing at the Ryder Cup.
"I’ll be there. I’m good to go, I’m feeling good. Been doing my rehab, doing everything I need to do to be ready for the Cup. I’ll be there ready to play," said Koepka.
"When I hit the root I thought it was a stinger and my wrist was feeling weird. I lost feeling to my elbow for a bit. Feeling came back from my elbow to mid-forearm two minutes later, but from mid-forearm to hand was kinda numb."
The four-time major champion kept US captain Steve Stricker up to date with his progress, including when his MRI scan thankfully revealed that he hadn't broken any bones.
Koepka's grip strength is now back to normal, which was a key issue that caused his withdrawal from the final leg of the FedEx Cup Playoffs.
There was speculation as to whether Patrick Reed would be chosen in Koepka's absence, but now Stricker has no such selection worries.
Koepka has a 4-3-1 record in his two Ryder Cup appearances and he has been on the winning side once when America took the cup home at Hazeltine National in 2016.