BREAKING: Brooks “Blake” Koepka Has Been Suspended From The Blake Of The Year Competition


NEW YORK, NY -- The Pardon My Take podcast announced on Wednesday morning that four-time major champion Brooks "Blake" Koepka has been suspended from the annual "Blake of the Year" competition, upon appeal.

This ruling comes just hours after it was announced that Koepka, a Florida State product, has joined the LIV Golf Tour and would be ending his successful tenure on the PGA Tour.

"What we have to do right now is suspend Brooks Koepka from 'Blake of the Year' Competition upon appeal, said Mr. Cat, who had major say in adding Koepka to the competition three years ago.

"Yeah, so we're going to grant him an opportunity to appeal the suspension," Mr. Commenter said. "And by that, he's going to come on Pardon My Take and then we'll re-evaluate."

Suspensions are a familiar move to the podcast crew this week. The swift action of Koepka's removal from the prestigious competition arrived just three days after the co-hosts of the country's No. 1 sports podcast suspended Billy Football for the show for one month due to being hungover and dozing off for a portion of the show.

As of right now, the annual "Blake of the Year" competition returns to a two-man race: Blake Griffin (NBA) and Blake Bortles (NFL). Both athletes have won the title before, and look to add to their résumé later this summer.