Tag: Brooks Koepka
Gary Woodland wins by three strokes finishing at 13-under 271 defeating world number one Brooks Koepka at the US Open.
Brooks Koepka feels confident to win a fifth major championship – even as challenges lay abound following prior results in this year's US Open.
Justin Rose gets enough birdies to take a two-shot clubhouse lead midway through the second round of the US Open at a chilly Pebble Beach Golf Links.
Rose birdied his final three holes to equal the US Open low round at the scenic layout set by Tiger Woods in 2000.
Koepka is bidding to become the first golfer since Willie Anderson in 1903, 04 and 05 to win three straight US Opens.
Brooks Koepka e does not really care about his result at the Canadian Open as long as he leaves with his game sharp ahead of next week's US Open.
Brooks Koepka is also the first repeat PGA Championship winner since Tiger Woods in 2007.
Brooks Koepka's seven-shot lead starting the day did not last long, as he bogeyed the par-four first, where he found deep rough with his drive.
Brooks Koepka could be close to his fourth major title.
Brooks Koepka leads at the PGA Championship after bolting to a seven-stroke lead.
Defending champion Brooks Koepka made an inspired start at the PGA Championship.
Brooks Koepka dominant 63 lead was almost lost to Kiwi Danny Lee at the PGA Championship.
Koepka has lifted two of the past four Major trophies entering into the PGA Championships.
Tiger-mania is back in full force after he ended his decade-plus Major drought by winning the Masters last month.
Tiger Woods will play with defending champion Brooks Koepka and British Open titleholder Francesco Molinari.
Denny McCarthy of the United States posted the day's lowest score, taking a one-shot lead with an eight-under-par 63.
While everyone else is taking the week off, Koepka prefers to play heading into a Major.
The 3-times major champion launched his drive 332 yards up the fairway and then made an eagle after his approach shot settled 10 feet from the cup.
Brooks Koepka enjoyed a four-hole birdie run from the 12th to pull ahead.
After being staged in May since 2007, the PGA Tour flagship event returns to its old March time slot.
Koepka recalls the electric final-round atmosphere last year at Bellerive when he denied a late charge by 14-time major winner Tiger Woods that had spectators at a fever pitch.
Tiger Woods also turned down the biggest potential overseas paycheck of his career to skip the tournament.
There had been speculation Woods would play at Kapalua but he was not on the list of the final field of 34 players released by the tournament.
The two-time defending champion of the Japan Golf Tour event was nowhere near his best, but nonetheless eked out a reasonable two-under-par 69 at Phoenix Country Club in Miyazaki.
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