Where are Brooks Koepka NAKED pictures and why has Masters star posed in nude?

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Koepka has lost over 20 pounds in recent months though has been tightlipped on his reasoning for the weight cut.

That’s despite plenty of criticism with golfing expert Brandel Chamblee claiming it was “the most reckless self sabotage that I have ever seen of an athlete in his prime”.

The outspoken pundit said: “The three times he’s played here [at the Masters] he’s finished 33rd, 21st and 11th, that’s a pretty darn good trend.

“We know why he didn’t play last year, we know what he did at the end of last year, you can extrapolate what he did at the end of last year and what he was likely to do here at Augusta National if everything were the same.

“Now, for him to change his body and his body chemistry, for vanity reasons, for a vanity shoot, is the most reckless self sabotage that I have ever seen of an athlete in his prime.”

Reports suggest that Koepka has lost the weight in order to pose for the Body Issue of ESPN’s The Magazine.

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The annual edition of the mag features sportspeople in nude and semi-nude photos.

However, we may have to wait a few months to see if Koepka is involved with the Body Issue not being released until the summer.

The 2018 edition was out on June 29, though photos were released online on June 25.

Serena Williams, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Conor McGregor have all previously been included.

Koepka appeared to reveal the weight loss was coming to an end when he said after the final round of The Players: “You’ll see. After Wednesday I’ll be fine.

“I just want to be able to eat again. “I’m going to put it back on.

“I just want to eat normal and not train as hard. Everything has been double the intensity, double the time.

“The diet I was on was probably not the best. I was like 1,800 calories a day.

“I mean, you’re not going to be in the best physical shape at that point.

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“You look at somebody like Michael Phelps or somebody like that eating 6,000 or 7,000 calories by lunch time.

“But I wanted to do it and try to lose some weight, and maybe went about it a little too aggressively for just a long period of time and the intensity of what I was doing.”

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