Brooks Koepka The PGA Tour confirmed Tuesday night that Brooks Koepka has pulled out of this week's Travelers

Championship. According to sources who spoke with ESPN earlier on Tuesday, the four-time major champion will

play in the LIV Golf Invitational Series. Koepka, 32, is one of the most well-known golfers to have joined the

breakaway circuit, which is supported by the Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia and is led by two-time Open

champion Greg Norman. Sources revealed that Koepka's addition to LIV Golf will likely be announced soon. The first

LIV Golf competition in the United States, at Pumpkin Ridge in Portland, Oregon, begins on June 30. Koepka

who is currently ranked 19th in the Official World Golf Ranking, is anticipated to play. The Telegraph of London broke

the news of Koepka's impending exit from the PGA Tour on Tuesday. Eight of the top 50 players in the world have

now signed contracts with LIV Golf, and Patrick Reed (ranked 38th) and Bryson DeChambeau (30th) are both

anticipated to participate in the Portland tournament. For participating in LIV Golf's maiden event outside of

London two weeks ago, PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan punished 17 players, including two-time major champion