Smash GC captain, Brooks Koepka is frustrated with the behavior of his team's player. Young Matthew Wolf did not take his role in the team seriously. The fact that Koepka gave up on him speaks volumes. Nevertheless, Wolf also decided to speak about this topic.
Daily news about him and Brooks Koepka appears in the media. Brooks emphasized that he was 'given up on him', and also criticized Wolf's 'lack of effort' "To hear through the media that our team leader has given up on me is heartbreaking," - Matthew Wolf said As a young golfer, Wolf does not want to hear such things.
An internal conversation would be the right thing to do. However, there is much that we do not know in the story. "It’s not what a team member looks to hear from its leader, and I think we all know these comments should have been handled much differently." Wolf is aware that he sometimes makes mistakes, but it is a positive thing that he notices this.
"I feel I have let myself down and even others in our new team environment. This has been quite difficult for me. My challenges on and off the golf course with my mental health has been well documented. I deal with those challenges every day."
Matthew Wolf: Won’t ever give up on myself
His ambitions remain the same.
Golf is still his love, and he doesn't intend to give it up. "But I’m moving forward and won’t ever give up on myself," he added. "While on course results may not appear now to be positive indicators, I’m trying to win an even BIGGER game with my life.
This will be my last comment on this matter." Wolf will think carefully about what to do in the coming period.
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