Seth Waugh wants to see Brooks Koepka at the Ryder Cup

"If he plays his way on the team we will welcome him,” Waugh said

by Sead Dedovic
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Seth Waugh wants to see Brooks Koepka at the Ryder Cup

PGA of America chief Seth Waugh would like to see Brooks Koepka on the Ryder Cup team. Such a player would certainly be a very important link in their quest for victory. Of course, for that, it will be necessary to qualify. His form is promising so far, and it looks like the sky is the limit.

"If he plays his way on the team we will welcome him,” Waugh told Golf Channel, as quoted by golfmonthly.com Waugh is not a person who has a special respect for LIV Golf. That is why rumors appeared after Waugh gave a trophy to Koepka.

Many have emphasized the lack of a handshake between Waugh and Koepka. Waugh explained the whole situation and the conversation that took place between them. “I literally said to him ‘I think they have four million pictures of me, they must have 24 million of you.

I’ve never seen one of them and I don’t know if you ever have.’ He cracked up, he laughed and we kind of turned around and smiled at each other. That was it. Somebody chose to thin that was a dis and I hadn’t shaken his hand.

I already talked to him five times since he won. I certainly shook his hand and told him how proud I was of him. It couldn’t be sillier or further from the truth and everybody is trying to make it into this LIV thing which it’s got nothing to do with”.

Scottie Scheffler and LIV Golf

Scottie Scheffler will be part of the US team at the Ryder Cup. Scheffler is especially motivated before this cup and wants his team to win. They have quality, they have everything they need to win, but they will have to give their best.

“I want to win the Ryder Cup,” says Scheffler. “I don't care about tours or anything like that. I want to win the Ryder Cup. It's something we talked about last year when we finished, or I guess a year and a half ago now.

We want to beat those guys in Europe. It's been a long time since we've beat them. Whoever the best 12 guys that make a complete team, it's different than individual tournaments. We want a team of guys that are going over there together to bring the Cup back home, and that's all I really care about”.

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