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Brooks Koepka gets engaged to Jena Sims; Signs of Masters hope?

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Brooks Koepka is now engaged to Jena Sims after the couple announced the news on their social media sites on Thursday.

The two began dating in 2017, and Sims, who has been prominent at tournaments involving Brooks since then, revealed the engagement news with the caption: “Forever is no joke.”

 

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Doubt remains over Koepka’s involvement at next week’s Masters, but there has been the odd sighting of optimism for Brooks’ legion of fans besides the seemingly free movement of the 4-time major champ in Sims’ photos posted yesterday.

The Masters website removed Tiger Woods from their player list for 2021, but Koepka remains in said list, and according to Rich Lerner at Golf Channel, the 30-year-old was taking full swings at Riviera CC this week.

Could a newly engaged Koepka still tee it up at Augusta?

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Gianni is the Assistant Editor at GolfWRX. He can be contacted at [email protected] Follow him on Twitter @giannimosquito

4 Comments

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  1. Gunter Eisenberg

    Apr 6, 2021 at 10:05 am

    Don’t care…

  2. Dawn

    Apr 2, 2021 at 11:13 pm

    Pregers.

    • Boe Jiden

      Apr 4, 2021 at 8:21 pm

      Haha if true, then hopefully that bubbly beverage was non-alcoholic

  3. Steve B from the Wedding Singer

    Apr 2, 2021 at 5:15 pm

    He will be divorced within a year.

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Puma athletes set fortThe Masters with Moving Day collection

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One of the most important days of any golf tournament is Friday, or as it is also known—Moving Day.

This year, for the 2021 Masters, Puma athletes Bryson DeChambeau and Gary Woodland will be decked out head to toe in the new Moving Day collection which features stacked logos and four stripes to represent each round of the tournament.

The Collection is inspired in part by our athlete’s incredible ability to perform at the highest level, even under the most extreme pressure a major tournament brings. – Puma Golf

For the full week’s scripting check out the images below.

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TaylorMade “Season Opener” collection is just as spectacular as you would expect

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It wouldn’t be a major championship without limited edition gear from the top OEMs, and one of the companies pulling out all of the stops for 2021 is TaylorMade.

TM just released its Season Opener collection to celebrate the big event, and it’s made even bigger this year thanks to long-time staffer Dustin Johnson returning to ANGC as the defending Masters champ.

The centerpiece of the collection is the white and green staff bag highlighted by some special detail work including:

  • The “Hello Patrons” message to acknowledge the return of spectators at this year’s tournament
  • Highway 1 adorns the bag handle, which is the city of Augusta’s main thoroughfare.
  • A Flowering Peach on the valuables pouch, selected in honor of hole No. 3.

You can purchase all of the accessories from the collection at TaylorMadegolf.com, while supplies last.

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New Nike colorways just in time for the 2021 Masters

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Although the traditional greens and whites have been mothballed for 2021, Nike is still launching new colorways in time for the Masters with what is being called the Masters NRG Pack featuring a new color option in three of the companies most popular shoes.

The “pack” includes the Air Zoom Victory Tour 2, the Air Max 90 G, and the Air Zoom Infinity Tour. What helps makes them unique beyond the colors is the uppers of the shoes are all made from 100 percent recycled canvas.

Air Zoom Victory Tour 2 NRG

The Air Zoom Victory Tour 2 will retail for $200.

Air Zoom Infinity Tour NRG

The Air Zoom Infinity Tour will retail for $180.

Air Max 90 G NRG

The Air Max G will retail for $150.

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