It has been a slow start to 2020 for Brooks Koepka, who was forced to have surgery on his left knee after playing through the injury for most of 2019. Koepka did show some signs of life at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, carding the third-best round of the day on Sunday, but a volatile 81 on Saturday will receive the majority of the headlines. The American flew out to Las Vegas after the API on Sunday to meet with Butch Harman - coach to many top players before entering retirement last year. Koepka said during his pre-tournament news conference on Wednesday that "It's one of those things where I just needed a different set of eyes, maybe something might click because I was failing." It remains to be seen if it will make a difference, but it is worrisome news for the four-time major winner.