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Brooks Koepka withdraws from Presidents Cup; Rickie Fowler in
Brooks Koepka is out of the Presidents Cup; Rickie Fowler is in. Koepka, ranked No. 1 in the world, announced on Wednesday ...
Brooks Koepka to miss Presidents Cup due to knee injury
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Brooks Koepka says a knee injury will keep him from playing in the Presidents Cup
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Koepka withdraws from Presidents Cup, replaced by Fowler
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