Jena Sims would possibly know one thing the golf world doesn’t.
The Sports activities Illustrated Swimsuit hopeful — who welcomed son Crew along with her husband, LIV Golf professional Brooks Koepka, final month — seemingly hinted at Koepka’s involvement within the 2023 Ryder Cup in a put up on her Instagram Story on Sunday.
Sims, 34, shared a photograph of Koepka, 33, holding an American flag plate with a slice of pizza on it and Italian flag emojis.
“Foreshadowing?” she wrote over the snapshot, including two crying-laughing emojis. “IYKYK [If you know, you know].”
Koepka has but to handle the thrill about whether or not he’ll be part of the USA roster that may compete in opposition to Europe within the forty fourth version of the Ryder Cup at Marco Simone Golf and Nation Membership exterior Rome Sept. 29-Oct. 1.
Captain Zach Johnson is ready to call the remaining gamers on the USA Ryder Cup group on Tuesday.
Koepka, who’s at the moment wholesome, fell from sixth to seventh in the Ryder Cup standings after the BMW Championship this month.
The sixth spot is an computerized qualifying spot whereas the seventh will not be.
Koepka has constructed an excellent case for a range from Johnson.
He gained his fifth main on the PGA Championship in Might and completed tied for second at The Masters in April.
It got here lower than a yr after he left the PGA Tour for the Saudi-funded LIV Golf in June 2022.
In three earlier Ryder Cup appearances, Koepka has a 6-5-1 report, together with 2-0-1 in Sunday singles.
Six of the 12 members of the Ryder Cup roster had been confirmed after final weekend’s BMW Championship, which marked the qualification cutoff.
The roster consists of: World No. 1 Scottie Scheffler, 2023 U.S. Open winner Wyndham Clark, Max Homa, Patrick Cantlay, Brian Harman and Xander Schauffele.