According to ESPN's sources, four-time major champion Brooks Koepka has joined the LIV Golf Invitational Series after defecting from the PGA Tour.
Koepka, 32, is one of the most prominent players to join the breakaway circuit, which is funded by Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund and promoted by Greg Norman, a two-time Open champion.
Sources have indicated that LIV Golf will likely announce Koepka's signing within the next few days.
Koepka, ranked 19th in the Official World Golf Ranking, will compete at Pumpkin Ridge in Portland, Oregon, on June 30.
Eight of the world's top 50 golfers, including several with ties to Palm Beach County, would be added to the LIV Golf circuit if he joins.
Four-time major champion Brooks Koepka has removed all traces of the PGA Tour from his online media
The fact that Koepka, like DeChambeau and Johnson, is in the prime of his career makes him an excellent addition to the LIV Tour.
One other thing to take note of is the fact that Chase Koepka, the younger brother of Koepka, is already a member of LIV, having competed in the league's debut event just two weeks ago.
Last week during the U.S. Open, two-time U.S. Open champion Brooks Koepka took to Twitter to criticize the media for their coverage of LIV, calling it a "dark cloud" over the tournament.