Quadruple major champion Brooks Koepka could miss next month’s Masters after undergoing right knee surgery.
The world number 12 has not competed since placing second at the WGC Workday Championship last month.
Koepka injured his knee while with his family in Florida and told USA Today he suffered a dislocated patella and ligaments.
The 30-year-old underwent surgery last week and will wait to see if he can play at the Masters, which starts on April 8.
The American said, “Whatever my body says, I’m going to listen to it.”
Koepka has won the US PGA Championship and the US Open twice each, while his best Masters result was second in 2019.