Brooks Koepka will be in action at the Ryder Cup next week.

The four-time major winner told Golfweek on Wednesday, ending speculation that he may miss the Ryder Cup due to injury. 

Koepka’s status was in question after he withdrew from the TOUR Championship on Sept. 4 with an injury to his left arm.

“When I hit the root I thought it was a stinger and my wrist was feeling weird,” he told Golfweek. “I lost feeling to my elbow for a bit. Feeling came back from my elbow to mid-forearm two minutes later, but from mid-forearm to hand was kinda numb.”

Koepka has compiled a 4-3-1 record in two career Ryder Cups appearances coming in 2016 and 2018. 

The two-time US Open champion has a 1-0-1 record in singles, is 1-1-0 in fourball and 2-2-0 in foursomes. 

Three of his four wins came at Hazeltine in 2016 to help Team USA win 17-11.