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Brooks Koepka |

Team: PGA Golfer
Age / DOB:  (25) / 5/3/1990
Ht / Wt:  6'0' / 186
College: Florida State

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Brooks Koepka bobbed and weaved to an even-par 35-35=70 to conclude his second FedEx St. Jude Classic at 8-under 272, good for a five-way tie for third place and five back of the winner Fabian Gomez.
Koepka co-lead after 18 holes, was outright leader after 36, but chased his opening rounds of 64-67 with a 1-over weekend of 71-70. He entered the final round at 8-under (T3) and just one off the pace of the 54-hole co-leaders Greg Owen and Gomez. The 25-year-old, who won earlier this season at the Waste Management Phoenix Open, fell back of the chase on his outward nine, trading one birdie with one bogey. He had three other reasonable scoring chances from inside of 14 feet, but didn't convert. Three birdies on his final nine were offset by penalty strokes at 12 and 15, the latter squaring double bogey-5. To his credit, Koepka circled birdies on two of his last four, including a 42-footer at the last to secure his third top five on the season. He also improved on his T19 in last year's SJC debut. Jun 14 - 6:44 PM

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Overnight leader Brooks Koepka settled for a 1-over-par 36-35=71 in today's third round of the FedEx St. Jude Classic and his 54-hole aggregate of 8-under 202 has him one off the pace of co-leaders Greg Owen and Fabian Gomez.

Koepka began the day with a one-shot advantage over playing partner Austin Cook. He struggled throughout his round, landing six (of 14) fairways, 12 greens in regulation, and registering a lofty 29 putts. The 25-year-old squared three bogeys in his first five holes, going 0-for-2 in scrambling in that span and dunking his tee ball at the par-3 4th for the other dropped shot. The scene at the fourth could have been worse, but he limited the damage by holing-out from the fairway for the zero-putt bogey. In-between the early carnage, he did orchestrate an eagle-3 at the third, brushing it in from 20'2". The start of the back added to the frustration, missing a 4'3" par putt at 10th. More trouble brewed at 12 and 13 with missed GIR, but he managed to salvage pars at each to finish 2-for-5 in scrambling. It looked certain that Koepka would complete his loop with just the earlier eagle as his lone par breaker but he coaxed one in from 22'1" for the birdie-3 at the last.
Jun 13 - 6:59 PM

Overnight co-leader Brooks Koepka chased his opening 64 at the FedEx St. Jude Classic with a 3-under-par 34-33=67 in today's second round to post 9-under 131, good for outright possession of the 36-hole clubhouse lead. UPDATE: Koepka's pace held for the outright lead at the midpoint. He owns a one-stroke margin over non-member Austin Cook.

He's having trouble finding fairways at TPC Southwind -- he split only five (of 14) today and has missed 15 (of 28) thus far -- but he loaded up on 14 scoring chances yet again today. Koepka converted four times for birdie, the longest measuring just 11-and-a-half feet at the par-4 15th hole. He dropped only one shot after missing the GIR at the par-4 fifth. At last check, he ranked T2 in greens hit (28) and second in strokes gained: tee-to-green with an aggregate clip of 8.379.
Jun 12 - 6:45 PM

Brooks Koepka rose into the outright clubhouse lead at the FedEx St. Jude Classic with a 6-under-par 33-31=64 in today's opening round.

He's still navigating his way on the PGA TOUR, but Koepka already had a T19 in the bank at TPC Southwind last year, so he clearly likes the track. He went 8-for-14 in scoring opportunities today with eight birdies, six of which on his inward side. Four of the par breakers traveled longer than 11 feet; the highlight dropped from just inside 20 feet at the par-3 11th hole, his second of the round. Today's aggregate matches his career low in 104 rounds as a professional on the PGA TOUR; in fact, it's the seventh time he's signed for a 64 and fifth this season.
Jun 11 - 2:04 PM

Brooks Koepka readies for his tournament debut at this week's Memorial.

Koepka broke out of a mini-slump at last week's Byron Nelson as he earned his first stroke-play top 20 since March at the WGC-Cadillac. It's a good sign that his rib injury and winner's hangover are likely a thing of the past now. Statistically, Koepka is hard to match as he ranks inside the top 30 tee-to-green as well as putting. Gamers should proceed with confidence moving forward as this young phenom continues to develop.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Jun 3 - 10:27 AM

Brooks Koepka blew up for a 6-over-par 44-34=78 in his opening round of THE PLAYERS.

Unfortunately, this won't be a forgettable debut for the 25-year-old. His opening nine included three birdies and two pars, but you'll gloss over those if you look at his card. Koepka opened with a bogey-5 at the 10th hole and added a double bogey at the par-4 14th and quadruple bogeys at the par-3 17th and par-4 18th holes. Put it all together and he penciled in at least one of every digit from 3 through 8 before making the turn. At 17, he rinsed both his tee ball and his third from the drop zone. At 18, he knocked his third in to the water and eventually two-putted from four feet. Another way to put it, he played all but those two holes in 2-under.
May 7 - 2:26 PM

Brooks Koepka defeated Marc Warren in 20 holes in today's second round of the World Golf Championships-Cadillac Match Play Championship.

This was Warren's to lose, and he did. He sat 3-up through 15 holes, meaning that Koepka had to run the table to extend. That's what happened. Warren bogeyed the par-4 16th and par-3 17th. He then lost 18 to Koepka's birdie. They traded birdie-4s at the par-5 first hole on the second time through before Koepka sniped the victory with a birdie at the par-3 second where the match concluded. Both guys remain alive in the tournament, however. Koepka (2-0) will face J.B. Holmes (1-1) on Friday. Warren (1-1) needs a win over Russell Henley (0-2) and Koepka to lose to force a three-way playoff for the berth into the round of 16.
Apr 30 - 6:02 PM

In his debut at the World Golf Championships-Cadillac Match Play Championship, Brooks Koepka escaped with a 1-up victory over Russell Henley.

Back and forth they went, all afternoon long. Koepka established the first lead of the match with a birdie-4 at the first hole. After playing Nos. 3 and 4 bogey-double bogey to Henley's birdie-bogey, Henley sat on a 1-up lead through seven. Koepka birdied the par-4 eighth to even. He'd regain the lead with a par at the par-4 10th, but returned to all square following a bogey at 12. Once again, Henley's birdie at the par-3 13th swung the advantage back his way, but he then coughed it up with a bogey to Koepka's birdie at 14. They traded birdies at the par-4 16th. Henley's 4 at the par-3 17th all but cemented his fate as it gave Koepka the final lead. The duo traded birdie-4 at the last and shook hands. A fortunate Koepka will face Marc Warren in the second round. The stunned Henley gets J.B. Holmes.
Apr 29 - 8:11 PM

Brooks Koepka makes his first World Golf Championships-Cadillac Match Play Championship start this week where he'll face Russell Henley, J.B. Holmes and Marc Warren in Group 12.

Koepka won his first PGA TOUR start in 2015 at the Waste Management Phoenix Open (his first win on TOUR). He also owns five other international titles including the 2014 Turkish Airlines Open on the European Tour (of which he's also a member). Koepka has one top 20 since the WMPO, a T17 at the no-cut WGC-Cadillac in his only other WGC start. The 24-year-old withdrew during the final round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational with a rib injury, subsequently grinding through a T33-finish at the Masters, his last start.
Apr 28 - 10:04 AM

Brooks Koepka returned to competition today with a 2-over-par 33-41=74 in his opening round of the Masters.

We last saw him at Bay Hill where he had to withdraw during his final round with discomfort stemming from a dislocated rib. It appeared early today that he was overcoming as Koepka covered a lone bogey at the par-3 fourth hole with four birdies going out. However, he opened the second nine in bogey-triple bogey-bogey, and then traded two birdies with two bogeys on the last six holes. In all, Koepka penciled in just six pars on his card, and then signed it sitting 10 strokes off the overnight lead.
Apr 9 - 7:01 PM

In a brief update at GolfChannel.com, Rex Hoggard reported that Brooks Koepka is about a week into taking full swings again following a dislocated rib that led to a withdrawal during his final round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational on March 22.

Koepka wasn't available for comment, so Hoggard tracked down Koepka's coach, Claude Harmon III. "It kind of helped him not focus on the golf course," Harmon said. "You can focus so much on the golf course and almost get overwhelmed, but he’s been trying to focus on his swing so I think that could be a good thing." We'll see. The winner of the WM Phoenix Open is making his debut at the Masters. That alone is enough reason to ignore him, but the injury tips the balance against an investment.
Apr 8 - 4:16 PM

Brooks Koepka has withdrawn from the Arnold Palmer Invitational during the final round due to pain associated with a rib injury he sustained on Thursday.

It was reported on Golf Channel on Sunday morning that Koepka dislocated his rib on Thursday. Rather than play it safe, he made the decision to try and gut it out. He commented that he did not want to be a quitter, but pulled out following his tee shot on the par-5 12th hole in Sunday's final round. After he walked off the course, Koepka told Golf Channel's Todd Lewis that the second shot on 11 and his tee shot on 12 were the most pain he had experienced on the golf course and that he was having trouble breathing without pain. The PGA TOUR winner was 3-over-par through 11 holes with one birdie, two bogeys and a double bogey on his card. He was 2-under and outside the top 55 on the leaderboard through 65 holes. It's his first in-tournament WD in 25 starts as a professional on the PGA TOUR. Koepka indicated that his goal was to be ready for the Masters.
Mar 22 - 12:44 PM

Brooks Koepka fashioned a 6-under-par 31-35=66 in his second round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational to get to the midway point in 7-under 137.

Koepka is in his second appearance at Bay Hill, so even though he's a first-time PGA TOUR member, he can tap into some of the course knowledge that yielded a T26 here last year. Today, he landed 15 greens in regulation and poured in seven birdies to cover a lone bogey at the par-3 14th hole. His longest conventional conversion ran 21'11" at the par-4 first where he began the round, but Koepka also circled a five-yarder from just off the putting surface at the par-4 15th. Thanks to the nifty work today, he's just six strokes behind the 36-hole clubhouse lead.
Mar 20 - 5:47 PM

Brooks Koepka carded a 3-under-par 34-35=69 in his opening round of the World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship.

He missed only four (of 14) fairways and four greens in regulation en route to four birdies. That set featured one of the shots of the day. It occurred at the par-4 14th where he found an island of rough inside a greenside bunker on approach. From there 39 yards away, Koepka buried the pitch for a 3. His only notable conventional conversion rolled 10'3" for par at the par-4 third. He signed his card sitting one stroke off the clubhouse lead. This marks Koepka's first appearance in a WGC.
Mar 5 - 4:17 PM

Brooks Koepka blistered PGA National's Champion Course for a 6-under-par 33-31=64 in his second round of The Honda Classic.

Playing partners Rory McIlroy and Dustin Johnson slammed their trunks today, but Koepka will play on at 2-over 142 thanks to today's 14-stroke improvement. He was outstanding, going 8-for-12 with eight birdies. Five of them traveled longer than 14 feet, including three from outside 21 feet. He even poured in a par save from 11'10" at the par-4 sixth. At last check, his strokes gained: putting measured 6.225 and he ranked second in the field through two rounds.
Feb 27 - 4:56 PM