Brooks Koepka to sign with LIV Golf

Streams Koepka is leaving the PGA Tour and joining LIV Golf, ESPN is itemizing, refering to sources.

The 32-year-old Jupiter inhabitant and four-time critical legend is the furthest down the line capable golfer to part from the PGA Tour to join the Saudi-upheld invitational.

LIV Golf should announce the development of Koepka, 32, in a little while, sources told ESPN on Tuesday.

The No. 19-situated golfer in the world would purportedly join LIV Golf in time for its most vital U.S. rivalry in Oregon toward the month's end, ESPN reported.

Koepka's approaching flight was first definite by the Telegraph of London.

His extension to the LIV Golf circuit would give it eight of the vitally 50 players in the world, consolidating a couple with ties to Palm Beach County.

PGA Tour Commissioner Jay Monahan has proactively suspended 17 golfers, including Phil Mickelson and Dustin Johnson. Mickelson is building a house on Jupiter Island. 

Johnson moved from Palm Beach Gardens to Jupiter last year. Koepka, who fought in last week's U.S. Open, chastised editorialists for "throwing this foreboding shadow" over the PGA Tour major by at least a time or two examining LIV Golf.