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Greg Norman Sent a Message to Brooks Koepka After He Won the Tournament

There will be a total of 18 Liv Golfers taking part in the Masters at Augusta, including Brooks Koepka, who will be one of them. In terms of form, he is currently in the best shape of all 18 players, and many people have high expectations for him in the future.

In the wake of his victory at the last tournament, Koepka feels optimistic about going into the next challenge. Greg Norman emphasized how impressed he is with Koepka’s work. “I just walked by him coming over here and I said, ‘Brooks, I’ve never seen you swing so free.

It’s like you’re hitting the ball into the clouds’. It was just so good to see him feel that wayHe said, ‘I’m back’. When you hear a player say that, it’s like OK, happy days ahead.” Norman said, as quoted by mirror.co.uk

Brooks Koepka talks about Masters

In an interview with the media just before the Masters, Brooks mentioned that he feels fantastic and that he is eager to make the most of the momentum.

“I’m playing good, and there’s really no better way to go into Augusta than playing good and getting a winI’m very confident – I like where the game is at. [I] Just need to go out and try to rest up for three days, do my usual play nine holes every day and do the homework around these greens, just get a little more adjusted with Augusta”.

Brooks misses playing with the best players in the world. He will have an added incentive to show his abilities at the Masters because of this. “I’m looking forward to it, just to see everybody and compete against them.

At the end of the day, I’ll be honest, I do miss playing against Rory (McIlroy), I do miss playing against Scottie (Scheffler), and I’m sure they miss playing against usThat’s a fact; you always want to play against the best.

That’s going to make Augusta even more special. I think if one of the LIV players does win, I think it’ll be definitely a huge statement for LIV”.

Source : TennisWorld