- Brooks Koepka to play in second LIV event in Oregon next week
- PGA Tour set to ban the four-time major winner as a result
Rory McIlroy has labelled the players who have joined the LIV Golf Series “duplicitous” for the way they have handled their breakaway.
Brooks Koepka, the four-time major winner whose brother Chase played in the opening event at Centurion Club in Hertfordshire this month, has signed up to the Saudi-backed invitational events. LIV Golf confirmed Koepka will play in the second 54-hole, 48-man tournament, which has a prize fund of $25m (£20.4m), in Portland, Oregon next week.
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