Koepka Cites Injuries, Family for Joining Saudi-Backed Tour

Four months subsequent to proposing the people who absconded to the Saudi-upheld LIV Golf series were sellouts,

Brooks Koepka made sense of Tuesday that he just adjusted his perspective.

Koepka endorsed with LIV Golf last week for its most memorable occasion on American soil,

what begins Thursday at Pumpkin Ridge west of Portland.

It was a dazzling inversion for the four-time significant boss,

who was once a straightforward pundit of the juvenile

series that tries to challenge the PGA Tour.

"Suppositions change. I feel truly OK with the choice I made.

I'm blissful, and gave a valiant effort for me," Koepka said.

In February, Koepka said of LIV Golf: "They'll get their folks. Someone will sell out and go to it."

Koepka refered to a knee injury that has negatively affected his body

and the longing to invest more energy with his family as elements in his choice.

He didn't make reference to the multimillion-

dollar marking rewards LIV Golf — which is supported by Saudi Arabia's

sovereign abundance reserve — has given to players.

Koepka is perhaps of the greatest name, alongside Dustin Johnson and six-time significant boss Phil Mickelson.