Koepka among those who have to catch up

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The question was perplexing to Brooks Koepka, perhaps because it was missing specific context or because it takes a lot to make him worry. He was asked going into the RBC Heritage at Hilton Head if he felt any sense of urgency.

"Urgency for what?" he replied.

Koepka missed three months after a knee injury in October when he slipped on wet concrete at the CJ Cup in South Korea and had to withdraw. When he returned, he played five times - his only top-20 finish was a tie for 17th in Saudi Arabia - and then the COVID-19 pandemic shut down golf for three months.


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