Wrist injury will sideline U.S. Open champion until The Masters
 

Wrist injury will sideline U.S. Open champion until The Masters

01/20/2018
Metro Golf Notes Associated Press
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U.S. Open champion Brooks Koepka won't play until The Masters because of a wrist injury.

DALLAS (AP) — U.S. Open champion Brooks Koepka has a wrist injury that will keep him out of action until the Masters.

Koepka is not sure how he injured his left wrist. He was coming off a nine-shot victory at the Dunlop Phoenix in Japan when he noticed discomfort at the Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas the first week of December.

A month of rest didn't help. Koepka said at Kapalua it was still bothering him, and he says he probably shouldn't have played.

Doctors discovered a partial tear in the tendon. The recovery is expected to take eight to 12 weeks of rest and therapy. The injury means Koepka will miss Phoenix and Pebble Beach, along with the Honda Classic and two World Golf Championships ahead of the Masters.

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