Brooks Koepka has spoken, and he’s denying everything.
The 28-year-old Ryder Cupper has refuted that he and Dustin Johnson got in a fight during the post-RC celebration. He has denied there was even an argument.
“This Dustin thing, I just don’t get,” Koepka said Wednesday to reporters at the Dunhill Links Championship. “There was no fight, no argument. He’s one of my best friends. I love the kid to death. We talked on the phone Monday and yesterday, so you tell me how we fought.”
Koepka is playing the Dunhill Links this week alongside many other Ryder Cup players. As he has done at times this year, Koepka is keeping a stern eye on golf media coverage. Despite multiple reports, Koepka has denied that the U.S. team room was anything less than perfect.
“As far as camaraderie, it was fine, it was perfect,” Koepka said. “The problem is you guys (the media) try to find a reason why we lost and the simple reason is we just didn’t play good enough.”
The three-time major winner looked inward, at himself, and the two matches he lost, saying that the U.S. team simply didn’t play well enough to win. He may very well be right about that.