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    JENA SIMS delighted her social media fans with photos from a whirlwind Caribbean shoot. The stunning wife of golf star Brooks Koepka hit the Bahamas for a swimwear shoot. 3Jena Sims hit the Bahamas for a shootCredit: INSTAGRAM 3The wife of golf star Brooks Koepka took her 'girl gang' on tourCredit: INSTAGRAM Jena last month revealed her ambition to become a swimsuit model. She submitted to be a Sports Illustrated swimwear rookie after telling her followers to chase their dreams. And Jena went to the Bahamas for a whistle-stop tour with some of her friends. She uploaded photos of the 'girl gang' modeling their swimsuits to her Instagram account. Read More Sport StoriesA NEW PAIGE Paige Spiranac reveals ‘huge’ career change after golf star named sexiest womanWILD WILD CHEST Paige VanZant posts steamy pics from where 'wild things are' in swimsuit The shoot was for One One Swimwear brand which has been used by Kendall Jenner and Kourtney Kardashian. Jena looked amazing as she posed in the crystal clear waters under the blue sky. And she wrote: "That’s a...
    JENA SIMS shared some loved-up photos from her holiday with 'Instagram husband' Brooks Koepka. The aspiring swimsuit model married the four-time major golf champion in the Caribbean earlier this summer. 8Jena Sims posted pictures from her holiday with Brooks KoepkaCredit: Instagram @jenamsims 8Jena Sims soaked up the summer sun on her holidays in EuropeCredit: Instagram @jenamsims And Jena is enjoying her holidays with Koepka with the pair soaking up the sun aboard a luxury boat. She posted three photos on social media for her followers of the getaway with Brooks. And Jena added the caption: "From instagram fiance to instagram husband." It's unclear where the photos were taken, but they looked to be in Europe. READ MORE SPORT STORIESCAST IRON Epic trailer for Tyson biopic shows young boxer KOing opponents and in jailALL ACCESS Paige Spiranac stuns at Maxim party after being named 'Sexiest Woman Alive' Koepka has recently competed in The Open in Scotland and will head back to the US for the upcoming LIV event next week. Jena tied the knot with Koepka in the Turks and Caicos after a 14-month...
    BROOKS KOEPKA'S wife Jena Sims took to Instagram to poke fun at her husband as he competes in The Open. The stunning actress has been married to the former world No1 golfer since June, following their engagement last year. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Jena Sims (@jenamsims) 1Jena Sims waves as she walks along the golf course with Brooks KoepkaCredit: AP The 33-year-old former Miss Georgia joked about what her husband would be expecting following his day golfing at the 150th Open Championship. She teased on Instagram it would be a nice surprise for Koepka, showcasing herself in lacy lingerie. However, a hilarious twist instead shows Jena in a hoodie eating food in bed. The video plays on the famous TikTok trend, utilising the audio of 'I'm like a racoon in a garage.' This obviously brought a great reaction on Jena's Instagram, with one user commenting: 'You are all of us'. Another said: 'Why is this so accurate?', while a third commented: "Love it - already fitting into the norm." Koepka meanwhile did not enjoy a...
    LIV GOLF hit the United States for the first time with a number of new arrivals signed up. And one of the latest to appear in the series was a deer that had run onto the fairway. 4A deer ran onto the course in Portland, OregonCredit: TWITTER 4The animal was an interested spectator for the first LIV event in the USCredit: TWITTER Oh dear! What do we have here? ????Watch LIVE ➡️ https://t.co/eVkdQYJJPp#LIVGolf pic.twitter.com/Wfu60QTb13— LIV Golf (@LIVGolfInv) June 30, 2022 The animal was seen skipping along the green grass on a clear, sunny day in Portland, Oregon. It didn't affect play for any length of time and was more just an interested spectator. Unlike most fans who hung around, the deer shot off quickly out of sight after a brief appearance on TV. LIV Golf headed to Portland, Oregon for the second event since bursting onto the scene. Read More Sport StoriesWOUNDED WARRIOR Rare photo shows true extent of Tiger Woods' horror leg injurySIM-PLE REPLY Jena Sims hits back at fan who mocked her relationship with Brooks Koepka The 48-player...
    JENA SIMS sent a cheeky response to a fan who took a dig at her relationship with Brooks Koepka. And the social media user's swipe was apparently in reference to Koepka cashing in and joining LIV Golf. 8Jena Sims hit back at a fan for their social media commentCredit: @jenamsims 8She responded to a fan who questioned her relationship with Brooks KoepkaCredit: @jenamsims 8Brooks Koepka is playing in the LIV Golf series in Portland this weekCredit: EPA Brooks and Jena tied the knot in a stunning Caribbean ceremony earlier this month. The four-time major champion will tee it up in Portland this week for LIV Golf's second event. Some reports say he was paid $150million to sign up to the controversial Saudi-backed series. Jena, meanwhile, is also chasing her dream by submitting to become a Sports Illustrated swimsuit model. READ MORE SPORT STORIESSIM-PLE THINGS IN LIFE Koepka and Sims held huge party ahead of romantic Caribbean weddingBARING HALL Paige VanZant wows in near-naked camping pics after hanging out with Bryce Hall One fan on social media quipped: "Good thing you...
    AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) — The gates to Augusta National opened a little after 7 a.m. Monday. It didn’t feel as though Masters week started until just before 3 p.m. Tiger Woods was on the first tee, and this was no time to be shopping for shirts and caps or standing in line for pimento cheese sandwiches. That much was evident by the biggest golf crowd this year on one hole except for the circus par-3 16th at the Phoenix Open. Woods consumes attention at every Masters he plays. It’s been that way since the first of his five green jackets he won 25 years ago. Now it’s even greater under these unusual circumstances. He hasn’t played against the best in 17 months, not since the 2020 Masters in November, while recovering from a car crash that once looked as though it might end his career. And still to be determined is whether he plays this one. Woods has said it would be a “game-time” decision whether his battered right leg and ankle can handle walking and competing over 18 holes...
    (CNN)US pair Brooks Koepka and Daniel Berger cut frustrated figures during their Saturday morning foursomes clash in the Ryder Cup after being denied a free drop by two sets of officials. On the 15th hole at Whistling Straits against the Spanish pair Jon Rahm and Sergio Garcia, Berger's drive appeared to nestle in a small thicket of grass next to a drain. Koepka, who was to take the next shot, called over the official to attempt to get a free drop because he wouldn't be able to complete his swing. A rules offical inspects the lie of a ball for Berger and Koepka on the 15th hole.Just a few weeks ago, Koepka withdrew from the PGA Tour's Tour Championship after suffering an injury to his left arm when his club hit a tree root beneath the surface of the rough at East Lake. Koepka could be heard saying: "If you say no, I'll call for a second opinion."Read MoreThe official responded: "I've seen you hit plenty like that.""I don't see how you can physically make a swing without making...
    Three weeks before the Ryder Cup, four-time major champion Brooks Koepka withdrew from the Tour Championship after injuring his wrist from hitting a tree root. Koepka said pulling out on the 13th hole at East Lake on Saturday was a precaution. "It's the same wrist I had issues with in ‘17 and ’18," Koepka told a PGA Tour official before leaving. "So I'm just making sure it's OK." Koepka was 16 shots behind when he pushed his tee shot on the 10th hole under a tree. He says he hurt his wrist when the club hit a tree root. He three-putted for bogey, made par on the next two holes and then after getting out of a fairway bunker, hit a wedge well to the right of the 13th green and decided to withdraw. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Koepka was among six players who earned automatic spots on the U.S. team, taking part in a dinner with Ryder Cup captain Steve Stricker on Wednesday to discuss pairings and potential captain's picks to fill out the 12-man...
    What are sports if fans can’t engage in a little friendly chirping?  That’s how Brooks Koepka views the PGA Tour’s latest decision to limit fan engagement at events following the BMW Champion incident involving Bryson DeChambeau. Koepka told reporters on Thursday ahead of the Tour Championship that golfers have all been the subject of both good and bad attention from fans at some point, naturally being so close to the gallery.  PATRICK CANTLAY DEFENDS BRYSON DECHAMBEAU AMID FAN BEHAVIOR, BLAMES PGA’S NEW POPULARITY INCENTIVE "I mean, when you're out there, you can hear everything, so everybody's been told something or said something they didn't like and, I mean, that's sports," he said, via the Golf Channel. "It's not a sport if you got people cheering for you and against you. It's kind of difficult to call it a sport, isn't it? Koepka did admit while a fair amount of taunting is part of the game, there’s a line that can definitely be crossed at times.  CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM  "I think there comes a time a...
    The PGA announced updates to their fan conduct policy Tuesday that would potentially ban fans for “disrespectful” behavior, including the “Brooksy” taunt that has been used against Bryson DeChambeau. PGA Commissioner Jay Monahan discussed the policy at a press conference Tuesday.(RELATED: Former NBA Star J.R. Smith Enrolls At North Carolina A&T, Takes Up College Golf) “The barometer that we are all using is the word ‘respect,'” said Monahan when asked specifically about the chant. “And to me, when you hear ‘Brooksy’ yelled or you hear any expression yelled, the question is, is that respectful or disrespectful? It has been going on for an extended period of time, and to me, at this point, it’s disrespectful. And that’s the kind of behavior we’re not going to tolerate going forward.” The PGA Tour has announced it will ban fans if they shout “Brooksy” at Bryson DeChambeau. https://t.co/yvzKCGrZwp — TMZ (@TMZ) August 31, 2021 DeChambeau and Koepka have been involved in a personal feud since 2019, when Koepka took several jabs at DeChambeau during the Northern Trust tournament. The two met in...
    Bryson DeChambeau had enough to be upset with after missing several opportunities to win the BMW Championship over the weekend but while leaving the course on Sunday he lost his cool when a fan in the theater chirped away.  While walking toward the tunnel near the 18th hole at Caves Valley Golf Club, DeChambeau handed his hat to a young fan but just moments later another spectator shouted, "Great job, Brooksie," referencing DeChambeau’s longtime feud with Brooks Koepka.  BROOKS KOEPKA, BRYSON DECHAMBEAU TO PUTT FEUD ON HOLD FOR RYDER CUP, US CAPTAIN SAYS "You know what? Get the f--- out!" DeChambeau yelled, via ESPN. According to the report, DeChambeau "had rage in his eyes" but quickly diffused the situation after motioning for security to come over.  CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Sunday’s incident was apparently a build-up from repeated "Brooksie" chants that were heard throughout the weekend. It’s unclear if the individual on Sunday was removed but it certainly wouldn’t be a first.  At least three fans were ejected from the Memorial Tournament in June for shouting Koepka’s...
    MAJOR winners Louis Oosthuizen and Collin Morikawa will tee it up in the final group at The Open on Saturday. 2010 Claret Jug winner Oosthuizen holds a two-shot lead heading into the third round at Royal St George's. 3Louis Oosthuizen is the halfway leader at The Open at Royal St George'sCredit: Reuters 3Collin Morikawa is two shots behind the 2010 Claret Jug winnerCredit: The Sun And his partner in the final group will be another major champion in 2020 PGA Championship winner Morikawa. Jordan Spieth will be in the penultimate pairing a shot further adrift as he looks for a fourth major title. Andy Sullivan (-6) and Paul Casey (-5) lead the English charge while the likes of Brooks Koepka (-5) and Jon Rahm (-5) are also in contention. Here's the full list of tee times for the third round on Saturday in Kent. COMPETITION: SPOT THE BALL TO WIN A CAR AND CASH 3 All times BST: 9.20am - Lin 9.30am - Gooch, DeChambeau 9.40am - Mansell, Wiesberger 9.50am - Armitage, Ritchie 10am - Kinoshita, Saksansin 10.10am - Fowler,...
    MAJOR winners Louis Oosthuizen and Collin Morikawa will tee it up in the final group at The Open on Saturday. 2010 Claret Jug winner Oosthuizen holds a two-shot lead heading into the third round at Royal St George's. 3Louis Oosthuizen is the halfway leader at The Open at Royal St George'sCredit: Reuters 3Collin Morikawa is two shots behind the 2010 Claret Jug winnerCredit: The Sun And his partner in the final group will be another major champion in 2020 PGA Championship winner Morikawa. Jordan Spieth will be in the penultimate pairing a shot further adrift as he looks for a fourth major title. Andy Sullivan (-6) and Paul Casey (-5) lead the English charge while the likes of Brooks Koepka (-5) and Jon Rahm (-5) are also in contention. Here's the full list of tee times for the third round on Saturday in Kent. COMPETITION: SPOT THE BALL TO WIN A CAR AND CASH 3 (Saturday tee times to follow) Most read in GolfVideoSCALING HEIGHTSWatch English golf giant Thomson sink hole in one at The Open as crowd roarDRIVING HIM...
    BROOKS KOEPKA couldn't resist taking another swing at rival Bryson DeChambeau after forcing his way into Open contention. The four-time major winner shot a second round 66 on Friday to move to five under par at Royal St George's. 2Brooks Koepka took another swing at Bryson DeChambeau on FridayCredit: Reuters 2Bryson DeChambeau was criticised by his own sponsor for saying his 'driver sucks'Credit: Reuters And the American continued his feud with DeChambeau in his post-match interview. Koepka added fuel to the fire on Friday by saying: "I drove the ball great - love my driver." DeChambeau was labelled a brat by his OWN sponsor Cobra after whining about his driver. The angry American said on Thursday: “The driver sucks. It’s not the right design, unfortunately, and we’ve been trying to fix it. “I’m living on the razor’s edge, I’ve told people for a long time.” DeChambeau, 27, has a multi-million-dollar deal with Cobra, whose tour operations manager, Ben Schomin, said: “It’s really painful when he says something that stupid. “He’s never really been happy, ever. Everybody is bending over backwards....
    Brooks Koepka spoke out about the origin of his feud with fellow golfer Bryson DeChambeau while talking to reporters on Tuesday afternoon, days before the start of the British Open. Back in August of 2019 during Liberty National, Koepka’s caddie, Ricky Elliott, was on the putting green when DeChambeau walked by and saw him talking with two reporters, one of whom was asking him questions about being criticized for slow play. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM DeChambeau told Elliott to tell Koepka if there were any issues, that he should talk to him directly. Shortly after, Koepka confronted DeChambeau and he spoke to him about what was bothering him. "I thought that was ironic because he went straight to Ricky," Koepka said on Tuesday. "Ricky told me when I came out, hit a few putts, and then just walked right over to him, we had a conversation." DELIVERY DRIVER BRINGS PERSPECTIVE TO HIS 1ST BRITISH OPEN He continued: "We both agreed we’d leave each other out of it and wouldn’t mention each other, just kind of let...
    Marvel Studios earns its 1st-ever major Emmy nominations thanks to WandaVision Steal These Money Secrets From 25 Millionaires Under 25 The way Brooks Koepka sees it, taking shots at Bryson DeChambeau is “fair game.” © Provided by Yahoo! Sports Brooks Koepka again talked about his ongoing feud with Bryson DeChambeau ahead of the British Open thiis week. (Harry Trump/R&A/Getty Images ) Koepka, speaking at Royal St George’s ahead of this week’s British Open, elaborated again on the feud between the two that has dominated the golf world in recent months. The whole thing started back at Liberty National for The Northern Trust, when the two apparently had a conversation in the locker room and put things to bed after Koepka had made a comment about DeChambeau’s slow play. That, though, didn’t last. After more comments made both in press conferences and on twitch, Koepka said any agreement they made is over — which has led to seemingly constant chirping in recent months. “We had a conversation at Liberty [National], and he didn't hold up his end of the bargain and...
    Bryson DeChambeau. AP Photo/Carlos Osorio Bryson DeChambeau was delighted with the idea of teaming up with Brooks Koepka at the Ryder Cup. "I'd love it," DeChambeau said. "I think we would do well, to be honest." Koepka was less interested, saying he could stand to be DeChambeau's teammate, but not his partner. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The rivalry between Bryson DeChambeau and Brooks Koepka has been the biggest story in golf for all of 2021, but their relationship could come to a head this fall at the Ryder Cup when the duo will almost certainly be teammates on Team USA. Given the Ryder Cup format, there is even the possibility that Brooks and Bryson could find themselves playing together as partners for a round in the event, putting aside their differences for the greater good of American golf. Speaking with the press ahead of the British Open, DeChambeau seemed entertained by the potential partnership. "I think it'd be kind of funny, actually. I'd love it," DeChambeau said when asked of a potential partnership with Brooks...
    AMERICAN golfer Brooks Koepka has yet again taken a swipe at rival Bryson DeChambeau following his shock split from caddie Tim Tucker. DeChambeau, 27, had Tucker by his side for all eight of his PGA Tour victories - including his triumph at the US Open last year. 2Brooks Koepka has teased Brsyon DeChambeau following his split with caddie Tim TuckerCredit: AP 2American golfers DeChambeau and Koepka have been embroiled in a feud since 2018Credit: Getty Images - Getty But he surprisingly parted company with the bagman on Wednesday just a day before the start of the Rocket Mortgage Classic. And his rival Koepka was quick to mock his compatriot as he took to social media to share a snap of him alongside his trusted caddie in a not-so-subtle dig. He tweeted: "Couldn’t do it without my guy Rick! Best friend and greatest caddie to do it @RickyElliot appreciation day." A fan then jokingly asked: "Not a big golfer. How often do caddies quit right before a tournament starts? Not asking for any particular reason. Just curious." To which four-time Major winner...
    see also Bryson DeChambeau: Brooks Koepka’s jabs have gone ‘too far’ in rivalry For a feud that began over slow play, the Bryson... The Brooks Koepka-Bryson DeChambeau feud is still alive and well. After DeChambeau revealed he and his caddie, Tim Tucker, would not be working together for the immediate future — Tucker was nowhere to be seen at the Rocket Mortgage Classic at the Detroit Golf Club — Koepka took the opportunity to add another chapter to golf’s on-going rivalry. Koepka, not playing in the Classic, mocked his longtime foe with a gushing tweet about his relationship with his own caddie, Ricky Elliot. “Couldn’t do it without my guy Rick!” Koepka wrote. “Best friend and greatest caddie to do it! @RickyElliott appreciation day!” This is just the latest edition of the continuous feud between the pair that goes back to 2019 when Koepka complained about DeChambeau’s meticulous, but slow speed of play. DeChambeau fired back that the 31-year-old did not have abs in the ESPN’s “The Body Issue.” Koepka responded with a GIF that not-so-subtly accused DeChambeau...
    Brooks Koepka. Drew Hallowell/Getty Images Bryson DeChambeau and caddie Tim Tucker have reportedly split. Brooks Koepka, DeChambeau's arch-rival, wasted no time in taking a shot at the golfer. Koepka and DeChambeau now have quite a history of trolling, and generally hating each other. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Brooks Koepka is not done bullying Bryson DeChambeau. The hottest rivalry in golf wrote another chapter this week at the start of the Rocket Mortgage Classic at the Detroit Golf Club. Before DeChambeau teed off in the first round on Thursday, it was reported that he and caddie Tim Tucker would be taking some time apart. Tucker had been on DeChambeau's bag at the start of the week, but before the first round, something changed. ESPN referred to the split as a "break" and noted that DeChambeau "did not specify how long the break would be." The golf podcast "No Laying Up" wrote on Twitter that "they are unlikely to work together again." Player-caddie splits are not uncommon in the sport, and DeChambeau and Tucker have parted ways...
    Brooks Koepka has no interest in becoming friends with Bryson DeChambeau. Tension between the two star golfers has boiled over ever since a leaked video showed Koepka unable to contain his disdain during an interview for his rival. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) pic.twitter.com/3srKOsPG0r — Compress The Ball (@golfthatball) May 26, 2021 Ever since then, it’s been nonstop sniping between the pair and fans. Well, does Koepka have any interest in peace? Not at all. pic.twitter.com/kskY3cEzRJ — Brooks Koepka (@BKoepka) May 26, 2021 During an interview on ESPN, he was asked what he’d talk about with DeChambeau if they sat down for some beers, and he replied, “There’s not much to talk about…This whole thing started basically because of him. So, I’ll leave it at that. We’ll see, but I don’t see us having dinner or drinks of Michelob Ultra just to settle it.” You can watch his full comments below. It’s @TravelersChamp week in CT! I attempted a peace making summit between @BKoepka and @b_dechambeau… pic.twitter.com/emcHbFL4dK — Matt Barrie (@MattBarrie)...
    (CNN)Heading into this week's U.S. Open, the on and off course shenanigans between Brooks Koepka and Bryson DeChambeau had dominated the headlines.Ever since Koepka's eye-roll reaction to DeChambeau walking behind him at last month's PGA Championship, the pair have exchanged barbs, although they have both since said they believe their rivalry is good for golf.And just when we thought the golf at the third major of the season might take center stage at Thursday's opening round at Torrey Pines, DeChambeua upped the ante. READ: Phil Mickelson's 'simply amazing' win and a victory against his doubters DeChambeau plays his shot from the fifth tee during the first round of the 2021 U.S. Open.After Koepka's opening round two-under 69, Koepka was preparing for his post-round interview with Todd Lewis for the Golf Channel.Read MoreHowever, unbeknown to him, DeChambeau happened to be walking behind him just out of shot, this time walking on grass so he was not making any noise.But, DeChambeau -- dressed in his customary white hat -- then took the moment to jump and wave his left arm, all of...
    Fans who worry golf’s image could be tarnished by the spitting match between Brooks Koepka and Bryson DeChambeau probably think figure skating is too rough. For the rest of us, nothing goes down better with a major championship on the menu than a side of beef. "I don’t know if I’d call it a conflict," Koepka, the 2017 and 2018 champion, told reporters ahead of the U.S. Open. "We don’t like each other. There’s plenty of people you guys don’t like. I don’t see any difference." "It doesn’t matter to me what goes on," DeChambeau, the 2020 champion, lobbed back. "It makes no difference to me." Alas, a collision is not in the cards for Thursday’s opening round over Torrey Pines’ toughened-up South course. Nor the second for that matter. In the meantime, fans shouldn’t lack for entertainment. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Among the other storylines fighting for a spot on the marquee: Local hero Phil Mickelson, 51 and coming off a PGA Championship win just last month, seeking the one major title that would complete...
    Bryson DeChambeau reportedly has zero interest in being grouped with Brooks Koepka. According to Brad Faxon, the USGA contacted DeChambeau and his agent to see if he was okay with being grouped with Koepka for the U.S. Open, and the golf star reportedly declined. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) You can listen to his full comments below. “Bryson declined” Brad Faxon tells Michael Breed what he’s heard about Brooks and Bryson possibly playing together at the US [email protected] I @MichaelBreed I @usopengolf pic.twitter.com/rhqHyh8AfN — SiriusXM US Open Radio (@SiriusXMPGATOUR) June 15, 2021 What an absolute clown move from DeChambeau if it’s true. He’s trying to beef with Koepka around the clock, but as soon as it’s time to finally get real, he reportedly declines. What an absolute circus act out of him. pic.twitter.com/3srKOsPG0r — Compress The Ball (@golfthatball) May 26, 2021 I was already pr0-Koepka, and all this story does is really cement my stance. Koepka isn’t just winning this feud at this point. He’s dominating it. pic.twitter.com/kskY3cEzRJ — Brooks Koepka...
    Brooks Koepka insists his ongoing rivalry with fellow major champion Bryson DeChambeau is good for golf. Koepka is at the inaugural Palmetto Championship this week, his first event since a video interview outtake at the PGA Championship last month showed the four-time major champ rolling his eyes as DeChambeau walked behind him. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM The clip was not supposed to be shown, yet it was posted on social media and picked up more than 10 million views before it was removed. To Koepka, the video put the attention squarely on golf for a social media-savvy generation essential for the game's growth. "I get the traditionalists who don't agree with it. I understand that, but I think to grow the game you’ve got to reach out to the younger generation," he said Wednesday. "I don't want to say that's what this is, but it's reaching out to a whole bunch of people. It's getting golf in front of people. I think it's good for the game." And it didn't end at the PGA Championship. After...
    BROOKS KOEPKA'S fiancee Jena Sims has been loving the sun in the Bahamas and shared some bikini pictures with her 226,000 Instagram followers. The model and actress posed in a green two-piece as she partied with pals in the stunning Caribbean. 3Model and actress Jena Sims shared several bikini snaps with her 226,000 followers 3Brooks Koepka's fiancee Sims (left) has been partying with pals in the Bahamas Sims often follows her four-time Major champion partner across the globe as he collects trophy after trophy. But she appears to have been taking a break from her beau with a beach holiday. The 32-year-old shared snaps on Saturday afternoon which show her and three bikini-clad friends partying in the sunshine. Sims and co can be seen swigging on beers on board a swanky looking boat as they soaked up the rays. And a separate picture shows Sims stood in the ocean holding a bottle of Kalik lager and wearing a Masters hat. A third shot shows Koepka's fun-loving fiancee larking about by pushing her hat down over her eyes as she munches...
    see also Brooks Koepka is so sick of Bryson DeChambeau’s ‘bulls–t’ in leaked PGA interview The sight of Bryson DeChambeau is enough to ruin Brooks... Bryson DeChambeau saw Brooks Koepka’s mid-interview shade. In a now-viral video, Koepka became exasperated as DeChambeau clomped behind him at the PGA Championship, making loud noises with his cleats. Koepka admittedly lost his train of thought “after hearing that bullsh-t,” he told the interviewer. Under a post of the video by @golferdoingthings captioned, “Brooks is not a fan of Bryson and his cleats,” DeChambeau weighed in. “You know you can fix spike marks now,” he wrote, adding a crying-laughing emoji. Not content with his own commentary, DeChambeau also flexed his muscles — literally. Bryson DeChambeau showed off some muscle after irritating Brooks [email protected]/Instagram; @golferdoingthings/Instagram The burly 27-year-old showed off his confusing and unique weight-lifting form in cut-off t-shirt at the gym in an Instagram story captioned, “Can’t stop won’t stop.” The ridiculousness is the latest chapter in the Koepka-DeChambeau feud, which dates back to 2019, when Koepka expressed his frustration with DeChambeau’s...
    Brooks Koepka and Phil Mickelson. Stacy Revere/Getty Images Brooks Koepka was not happy with the horde of fans chasing Phil Mickelson at the PGA Championship. Koepka, who was nursing a knee injury, finished second behind Mickelson. On the final hole, Koepka had to fight through the crowd, and his knee got "dinged" a few times. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Brooks Koepka had a tough day Sunday at the Ocean Course on Kiawah Island. Heading into the final round of the PGA Championship, Koepka was just a stroke behind leader Phil Mickelson and appeared to be in a great position to make a run at his third PGA Championship win in the past four years. Koepka briefly held the lead after a birdie on the first hole. However, some struggles playing into and on the greens dropped him back and gifted Mickelson the victory. At the 18th hole, fans mobbed the green area to watch Mickelson sink his final putts to win the Wanamaker Trophy. Both Koepka and Mickelson were briefly lost in the crowd, having...
    Phil MickelsonCameron Costa | CNBC Phil Mickelson defied the odds to become the oldest major champion in history as he overcame a nervy back-nine to clinch a memorable two-shot victory at the 103rd PGA Championship. Mickelson was five shots clear of the field until mistakes at the 12th and 13th offered hope to Brooks Koepka and Louis Oosthuizen, but the left-hander was not to denied his place in the record books as he had his name etched on the Wanamaker Trophy for the second time, and matched the six major hauls of Sir Nick Faldo and Lee Trevino. The long and punishing Ocean Course at Kiawah Island was tamed by a man just over three weeks shy of his 51st birthday, although he was given a helping hand by some uncharacteristic mistakes from playing partner Koepka, while Irish duo Padraig Harrington and Shane Lowry both closed with 69s and just missed out on a podium finish. Mickelson made par at only one of the first seven holes, but three bogeys and three birdies — including a trademark chip-in from the...
    PHIL MICKELSON created golfing history as he became the oldest Major champion ever, with a fantastic two shot victory at the USPGA Championship. Mickelson, who will be 51 next month, overtook Julius Boros - who was 48 when he won this same event in 1968 - and he did it in typical swashbuckling style. 4Phil Mickelson became the oldest Major champion ever after winning the USPGACredit: EPA 4Mickelson, 50, beat an all-star field by two shots at Kiawah IslandCredit: EPA Another Wanamaker for @PhilMickelson. ????pic.twitter.com/ITVld62Ckx— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) May 23, 2021 He threw in five birdies and six bogeys in a one over par 73 that left him at six under par  - too good for fellow Major winners Brooks Koepka and Louis Oosthuizen.  For most of the week the veteran left-hander seemed to be playing a different golf course to his rivals as he swatted aside playing partner Koepka and everyone else in the field at Kiawah Island. It was incredible to see Lefty roll back the years to capture his sixth Major title, eight years after he claimed...
    PHIL The Thrill is on the brink of giving himself the buzz of a lifetime after a nerve-jangling roller-coaster ride in the third round of the USPGA Championship. Phil Mickelson will take a one-shot lead into the final round at Kiawah island as he bids to become the oldest ever Major winner, just a month short of his 51st birthday. EPA 4 Phil Mickelson takes a one-shot lead into the final round at Kiawa Island If he pulls it off, Mickelson will overtake Julius Boros – who was 48 when he won the USPGA in 1968 – as the oldest man to win one of golf’s biggest prizes. And he will also join Nick Faldo and Lee Trevino on six Major victories, lifting him to joint sixth on the all-time list. With ten holes to play that possibility looked a racing certainty, as Mickelson was five shots clear of the rest at Kiawah island and was playing flawless golf. The man who has relied on his short game genius to win his previous big titles was giving a long...
    AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) — Dustin Johnson is scheduled to be in Butler Cabin on Sunday evening, draping the green jacket over the shoulders of the Masters champion. That’ll be his only official appearance at Augusta National this weekend. Johnson — the world No. 1 player and reigning Masters champion — bogeyed three of his final four holes Friday and missed the cut by two shots. He’s the 11th defending champion to miss the 36-hole cut. “Obviously, I wanted to be around for the weekend,” Johnson said. “I like this golf course. I feel like I play it very well. I just didn’t putt very good. It’s pretty simple. Johnson was the biggest — though hardly the only big name — to drop out. Lee Westwood’s streak of 12 consecutive cuts at the Masters appearances is over; he was 5 over. So is Rory McIlroy’s run of 10 consecutive times playing the weekend at Augusta National; he was 6 over and his quest to complete the career Grand Slam will wait until 2022 at least. And Brooks Koepka is going home...
    ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Four-time major champion Brooks Koepka has withdrawn from The Players Championship next week with what his manager described as a strained right knee. Koepka won the Phoenix Open last month and was a runner-up in the Workday Championship last week. He has been saddled the last few years with injuries to his left knee, including a partially torn patella. His manager at Hambric Sports, Blake Smith, said Koepka would meet with doctors this week for a better evaluation and no further details. In the last two weeks, he has talked about soreness in his neck that at times makes it difficult for him to turn his head. Koepka was planning to play the Honda Classic the following week, and he had the Dell Match Play after that as the Masters on April 8-11 gets closer. He was replaced in the field at the TPC Sawgrass by Anirban Lahiri. Copyright 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Tags: Associated Press
    Four-time major champion Brooks Koepka has withdrawn from The Players Championship next week with what his manager described as a strained right knee. Koepka won the Phoenix Open last month and was a runner-up in the Workday Championship last week. He has been saddled the last few years with injuries to his left knee, including a partially torn patella. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM His manager at Hambric Sports, Blake Smith, said Koepka would meet with doctors this week for a better evaluation and no further details. In the last two weeks, he has talked about soreness in his neck that at times makes it difficult for him to turn his head. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP Koepka was planning to play the Honda Classic the following week, and he had the Dell Match Play after that as the Masters on April 8-11 gets closer. He was replaced in the field at the TPC Sawgrass by Anirban Lahiri.
    Glenn Close Meets the Family Behind Her Hillbilly Elegy Character in Moving Behind-the-Scenes Look Here are the biggest short squeezes in the stock market, including GameStop and AMC Matthew Wolff (78) withdraws from Farmers with hand injury Matthew Wolff withdrew from the Farmers Insurance Open on Thursday following a first-round 78, citing a right-hand injury. © Provided by Golf Channel Wolff struggled mightily on Torrey Pines’ South Course, making a pair of triple bogeys while playing alongside Rory McIlroy and Brooks Koepka. At times Wolff showed signs of frustration, slamming his club into the turf. In a statement posted on Instagram, Wolff said that he’s been fighting to play through the injury but that his condition “unfortunately continued to worsen over the past 24 hours.” “It’s become clear that I need to make the tough but right decision to properly address the pain in order to be able to play at 100% as quickly as possible,” he wrote. After a pair of runners-up to start the 2020-21 season, Wolff has failed to finish better than 40th in his past four starts. He was...
    Biden overturns Trumps ban on transgender troops in first moves for Defense Secretary Austin White House recommits to getting Harriet Tubman on $20 bill after Trump delay Report: Brooks Koepka parts ways with longtime coach Claude Harmon III Brooks Koepka and his longtime instructor Claude Harmon III have split. © Provided by Golf Channel First reported by Golfweek's Eamon Lynch, Koepka met with Harmon in person the Wednesday after last fall’s Masters, which was won by another Harmon client, Dustin Johnson. During that meeting at The Floridian in Palm City, Florida, where Harmon teaches, Harmon said that Koepka “wanted to go in a different direction.” Koepka and Harmon have worked together since 2013, shortly after Koepka turned pro out of Florida State. During their time together, Koepka won four majors and reached No. 1 in the world. “I love Claude, we had a great run and he’s still family to me, but unfortunately we’re not working together anymore,” Koepka told Golfweek.
    Actors who have most acting Oscar nominations without winning Tab and More Familiar Things That Will Soon Disappear Brooks Koepka splits with longtime coach Claude Harmon III Brooks Koepka has parted ways with the swing instructor who helped guide him to four major championships and the top spot in the world ranking. © Provided by Golfweek WESTBURY, NY - AUGUST 23: Brooks Koepka of the USA walks with his coach Claude Harmon III during practice for The Northern Trust at Glen Oaks Club on August 23, 2017 in Westbury, New York. (Photo by Andrew Redington/Getty Images) Claude Harmon III, who began working with Koepka in 2013 when the future superstar was playing on the European Challenge Tour, revealed the split to Golfweek on Monday. During an interview about his client Si Woo Kim’s victory at the American Express on Sunday, Harmon was asked about the form of Koepka, who missed the cut at the AmEx by three strokes after rounds of 72-71. “I don’t know,” he replied. “We are no longer working together.” Harmon said the split came two...
    President Joe Biden executive order reverses Donald Trump ban on race and gender diversity training Trump pardons in California extend to former congressman Healthy Koepka tees it up in La Quinta with eye on US Open Former world number one Brooks Koepka starts his 2021 PGA Tour season in the California desert this week with a revamped West Coast schedule aimed at prepping for the US Open. © Hector Vivas Koepka makes his 2021 bow this week at the PGA Tour's American Express event Koepka is playing the event at La Quinta, California, for the first time, part of an early-season schedule that will include the PGA Tour stop at Torrey Pines in San Diego -- which will also host the US Open in June. "I thought it was important to play Torrey Pines and just see the golf course one more time before we go play it in the summer," said Koepka, who has previously played sparingly on the tour's West Coast swing. "One of the things I like (is) to play one round or at least one...
    Pompeo says world should have confidence in smooth U.S. transition Pizza Hut to launch Beyond Meat sausage topping in the US Feeling like old self and with old driver, Brooks Koepka ready to go at Masters AUGUSTA, Ga. – After missing about two months of action, including the entire FedExCup Playoffs, Brooks Koepka was predictably rusty when he returned at last month’s CJ Cup. Koepka, who during the break had a second stem-cell treatment on his injured left knee and a cortisone injection in his hip, tied for 28th at Shadow Creek, and it was looking like another slow start last week at the Vivint Houston Open after he opened with rounds of 72-70. © Provided by Golf Channel What followed, though, was more Brooks-like. Koepka closed with back-to-back rounds of 65 to tie for fifth, his best finish on the PGA Tour since July 2019 in Memphis. But the improvement over the weekend at Memorial Park wasn’t completely a matter of shaking off the rust. There was an equipment factor, as well. “I just shouldn't have put that...
    Oil skyrockets after Pfizers vaccine breakthrough A Covid vaccine could mean a slowdown in growth for grocers that benefited from shuttered restaurants, report says Monday Scramble: The Masters is here, with no fans but plenty of storylines The Masters arrives with no shortage of storylines, Carlos Ortiz holds off Dustin Johnson, Brooks Koepka prepares for another major charge and more in this week's edition of the Monday Scramble: © Provided by Golf Channel 1. Thirty-six of the top 40 players in the world will tee it up this week at the Masters. TAKEAWAY: Missing from the game’s upper class are Daniel Berger, Viktor Hovland, Ryan Palmer and Harris English, all of whom failed to qualify for this year’s Masters because of the March 17 world-ranking deadline. (World No. 41 Joaquin Niemann withdrew late last week after testing positive for COVID-19.) Narrowly getting in, interestingly enough, was Collin Morikawa, who eked inside the top 50 OWGR cutoff after a top-10 at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, which turned out to be the final qualifying event. Five months later, of course, he...
    For a feud that began over slow play, the Bryson DeChambeau-Brooks Koepka rivalry sure has a long shelf life. Since it seemingly began in January of 2019, when Koepka lamented DeChambeau’s meticulous pace on the golf course, the two American golfers have traded barbs back and forth. While DeChambeau mostly finds Koepka’s digs at him to be funny, he admitted there is a line but has held off from confronting Koepka about it. “There are times where it’s like, ‘O.K., dude, it’s too far,’” DeChambeau told Sports Illustrated. “I’ve gone up to him a couple of times and tried to talk to him. And there have been times where, you know, I was gonna go talk to him when he said something, and I’m just like, ‘You know, it’s not even worth it. It’s not even worth my time to try and create something.’ ” DeChambeau has often let his play speak loudest, which was on full display in September as he charged to his first major victory at the US Open at Winged Foot. But the 27-year-old’s rise...
    Brooks Koepka and girlfriend Jena Sims are setting the record straight on last year’s smooch snub. While participating in an Instagram Live Q&A on Monday, Sims was asked why the 30-year-old golfer didn’t kiss her before the final round of the 2019 PGA Championship, a moment now forever ingrained in social media meme-story. “When you’re walking in, there’s a million different things going on, and we’d always gone a certain way,” Koepka explained of the tournament, which took place at Bethpage Black in Farmingdale. “But there was a big group of people, the one way that we had usually gone, and decided we were going to go a little different route, just because of so many people blocking it,” he continued. “I kind of was going to grab Jena, and tell her to come this way, I didn’t realize– she thought we were going to separate, I thought we were going to walk into together.” Koepka, who also called the incident a “blunder,” won the PGA Championship that year, ultimately sealing the victory with a kiss. Sims then offered...
    Brooks Koepka and girlfriend Jena Sims are setting the record straight on last year’s smooch snub. While participating in an Instagram Live Q&A on Monday, Sims was asked why the 30-year-old golfer didn’t kiss her before the final round of the 2019 PGA Championship, a moment now forever ingrained in social media meme-story. “When you’re walking in, there’s a million different things going on, and we’d always gone a certain way,” Koepka explained of the tournament, which took place at Bethpage Black in Farmingdale. What do we say to pre-round kisses on the Sunday of a major? Not today.pic.twitter.com/vEf9HM8otV — SI Extra Mustard (@SI_ExtraMustard) May 19, 2019 “But there was a big group of people, the one way that we had usually gone, and decided we were going to go a little different route, just because of so many people blocking it,” he continued. “I kind of was going to grab Jena, and tell her to come this way, I didn’t realize– she thought we were going to separate, I thought we were going to walk into...
    Two-time champion Brooks Koepka withdrew from the U.S. Open on Wednesday because of lingering pain in his left knee that has troubled him for most of the year. Koepka had played eight times in a 10-week span, including six in a row, to try to catch up from missing so much time from a knee injury suffered last October. It reached a point where he withdrew before the start of the FedEx Cup playoffs, ending his season in the hopes that time off would help. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Based on his post on Twitter, it didn't. “Unfortunately, I have decided to withdraw from next week's U.S. Open,” Koepka said. “I'm looking forward to getting healthy and competing at 100% again very soon.” Koepka was replaced in the field by Paul Waring, the first alternate based on the Aug. 23 world ranking. Even after having gone more than a year since his last victory, he would have been looked upon as one of the favorites at Winged Foot for no other reason than his reputation for playing...
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