Though one other knee damage put his plans in jeopardy, Brooks Koepka made it to Augusta National on Sunday and performed just a few follow holes forward of the Masters event.
Koepka underwent surgery on his proper knee to repair a dislocated kneecap and ligament harm on March 16, one thing he stated occurred after he slipped and fell whereas he was together with his household in Florida.
“Seven days out of surgery, I used to be hitting balls. I do not suppose anyone anticipated this. I did not know. The objective was to play Augusta and so we had been going to see if we might play.”
Koepka has handled a myriad of knee accidents all through the previous two seasons on Tour. He underwent a in his left knee after the 2019 Tour Championship, after which re-tore that tendon just a few months later after he slipped on moist concrete at The CJ Cup.
Koepka received off to a fantastic begin on Tour this season, nonetheless, and completed in a tie for seventh at the rescheduled Masters in November earlier than profitable the Waste Management Phoenix Open in February. He got here in second at the World Golf Championships-Workday Championship, too, although that was his final outing on Tour.
Koepka stated that he hopes to play 9 holes every day main up to the first spherical on Thursday. That, and the “seven-plus hours every day in rehab” he’s spent preparing, is hopefully sufficient to have him prepared to go at Augusta National.
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