However, due to persistent knee and hip injuries, he has forced to withdraw from the major, which he won in 2017 and 2018.
Having begun the year as the world No.1, knee and hip injuries this season have curtailed Koepka’s success on the golf course, meaning he has slipped to world No.8.
Koepka’s injury woes began after suffering a partially torn patellar tendon in his left knee last year, for which he underwent a stem cell procedure.
He further aggravated it just two tournaments later when he slipped on wet concrete, forcing him to retire from the 2019 CJ Cup. He missed three months of golf as a result.
Since returning to action in February, Koepka has finished in the top 10 just twice, with his highest finish coming at the World Golf Championships-FedEx St. Jude Invitational in August, where he finished tied in second place.
As well as winning the US Open twice, Koepka has won the PGA Championship twice, in 2018 and 2019.
In his search for a historic PGA Championship three-peat last month, Koepka had a promising opening three rounds, sitting just two shots off the lead before fading on the final day. But even during the major, he required treatment from a medical assistant.
“My golf swing is fine. If I can physically do it, then yes, everything’s fine.”