Koepka just doesn't care anymore. He has some Reed in him - he needs to be the bad guy because that jacks him up and gives him something to play for. He likes to be the villain. I just wonder how that is going to work this week playing on a team.
Take his most recent Golf Digest interview. Golf Digest could have made this question seem worse than it is by putting it at the front of the interview even if it was at the end of the actual conversation, but it's all we have to go off of.
Your bag doesn’t look like the standard tour-player setup—no big logo and an eclectic mix of clubs from several companies, including one that doesn’t exist anymore.
I’m not a guy that switches. Dustin [Johnson] says he doesn’t switch, but he switches the most out of anybody I’ve ever seen. You might not think it’s a switch, but he’ll have, like, five drivers with him for the week. He’s always switching putters, or a 3-iron and 5-wood combo. I still have a Nike 3-iron. That’s five years old. I still play an SM4 Vokey wedge. What are they on now? SM8? My putter has been in for a year and a half, but I’ve had the same model since 2008.
A fairly benign question by Matthew Rudy gets turned around to be a potshot at DJ from Brooks. For what reason? Does this go back to the 2018 Ryder Cup fight that DJ and Brooks had? Do we know anything about that other than it happened? DJ switches his putter out, regularly, but he's been with TaylorMade forever. He played his old TaylorMade 3 and 5 woods forever. He had the same driver shaft forever. Brooks is the one that had made far more switches in my opinion. Even if I'm wrong there, I don't see the need to attack DJ when the question was about your eclectic setup.