(Only three of us)—Brooks Koepka leaves Matthew Wolff out of the discussion about the Brotherhood of Smash GC.
(Only three of us)—Brooks Koepka leaves Matthew Wolff out of the discussion about the Brotherhood of Smash GC.

The fight between Brooks Koepka and Matthew Wolff is not going away any time soon. After the second round on Saturday, October 14, the five-time Major winner is three shots ahead at the LIV Golf Jeddah. In his mind, he wants to defend the crown.

He was asked about the family of his team Smash GC at a press meeting after the second round. In response to the question, Keopka only talked about Jason Kokrak and his brother Chase Koepka, leaving out Matt Wolff.

Koepka said,

On our team, there are only three of us.” I mean, obviously I’m close with my brother, and then I’ve liked being around Jay for the last three years or so. Being with him has been fun. He’s a great athlete and player. He’s been great this year, and it’s been fun to be around him. “Yes, I’m not going to say anything bad about him.

Earlier this year, Brooks Koepka said bad things about Matthew Wolff’s work ethic and attitude. Because of what Koepka said, Wolff talked to Brooks’ bosses.

“I’ve pretty much given up on him,” Brooks Koepka said when Matthew Wolff was called out.

Before the end of July, Brooks Koepka told Sports Illustrated that his partner Matthew Wolff was acting badly. The winner of the PGA Championship in 2023 said he had given up on Wolff and warned him not to work hard.

Koepka said,

“I mean, giving up in the middle of your round is not competing.” That doesn’t work well for me. You’re not working hard. It’s really hard. One guy who won’t work or put in any effort is like a bad influence on the team. He’ll stop on the course, break clubs, get down, and show bad body language, which makes things very difficult. I’ve pretty much given up on him. He has a lot of ability, but it’s all been lost.

Brooks Koepka is in charge of Matthew Wolff’s team, Smash GC. He had trouble with his game at events in the middle of the season, which made Koepke very angry, and he slammed him for how badly he played.

Wolff told Sports Illustrated that he did everything he could to help his team score more points. wolff said, “You know,

I’m here to do what I can to play the best round of golf, which will help the team.” Everybody here is just trying to play good golf, which is all I’m here to do. That’s what golf is all about—getting the best score, and if that helps your team, that’s great too.

Afterward, Wolff was asked if he wanted to switch teams. He just nodded his head without saying anything. Smash GC took his name off of its social media pages as well.

Matthew Wolff still plays for the Smash GC, though, and is currently ranked 25th in the LIV Golf rankings. This week’s Jeddah event is important for him to do well in if he wants to play in the next season.

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