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Brooks Koepka is still angry at the analyst's criticism

CLOSE SportsPulse: Golfweek's David Dusek was on hand when Brooks Koepka secured his second straight PGA championship and outlines the importance of this victory.USA TODAY FARMINGDALE, NY – Brandel Chamblee may not want to run into Brooks Koepka in a dark alley anytime soon. Just moments after his fourth major championship match at Bethpage Black, the 2019 champion was asked about his use of career reductions and what it "most disrespected or slighted" he felt as an athlete. "Tell me I wasn't tough," Koepka said during a press conference. "It pissed me off. It was really damned." After a troublesome break, he was asked who said he was not tough. "I think we all know." Koepka referred to golf channel analyst Chamblee, who questioned Koepka's toughness during the Masters week, suggested he couldn't keep up with Tiger as comrades Dustin Johnson and Rory McIlroy, and took Koepka to lose weight to see his best for an ESPN photography. Koepka recently responded by posting a photo OPINION: Koepka shows that he is one of golf's best alpha dogs ONLY: Koepka awaits till after winning the PGA Championship to kiss the girlfriend BROADCAST BLUNDS: Golf fans crushing CBS to destroy important shots Early in the PGA Championship week Chamblee tried to alleviate the battle by saying some were happier than him to see Koepka shoot 63 and even suggested Koepka games were comparable to Woods best year 2000. Apparently, Koepka was not appreciated. Follow Golfweeks Geoff Shackelford on Twitter @GeoffShac . ]…

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SportsPulse: Golfweek’s David Dusek was on hand when Brooks Koepka secured his second straight PGA championship and outlines the importance of this victory.
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FARMINGDALE, NY – Brandel Chamblee may not want to run into Brooks Koepka in a dark alley anytime soon.

Just moments after his fourth major championship match at Bethpage Black, the 2019 champion was asked about his use of career reductions and what it “most disrespected or slighted” he felt as an athlete.

“Tell me I wasn’t tough,” Koepka said during a press conference. “It pissed me off. It was really damned.”

After a troublesome break, he was asked who said he was not tough.

“I think we all know.”

Koepka referred to golf channel analyst Chamblee, who questioned Koepka’s toughness during the Masters week, suggested he couldn’t keep up with Tiger as comrades Dustin Johnson and Rory McIlroy, and took Koepka to lose weight to see his best for an ESPN photography.

Koepka recently responded by posting a photo OPINION: Koepka shows that he is one of golf’s best alpha dogs

ONLY: Koepka awaits till after winning the PGA Championship to kiss the girlfriend

BROADCAST BLUNDS: Golf fans crushing CBS to destroy important shots

Early in the PGA Championship week Chamblee tried to alleviate the battle by saying some were happier than him to see Koepka shoot 63 and even suggested Koepka games were comparable to Woods best year 2000.

Apparently, Koepka was not appreciated.

Follow Golfweeks Geoff Shackelford on Twitter @GeoffShac .

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