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Brooks Koepka

Team: PGA Golfer
Age / DOB:  (27) / 5/3/1990
Ht / Wt:  6'0' / 186

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Making his fifth U.S. Open appearance, second-round co-leader and World No. 22 Brooks Koepka painted a 5-under-par 33-34=67 in the final round of the 117th U.S. Open to reach 16-under 272, good for a four-shot win over Hideki Matsuyama and Brian Harman, his first major championship title in his 15th major appearance, and matching the U.S. Open scoring record (to par) with 2011 champ Rory McIlroy. UPDATE: Koepka jumps 12 spots to a career-high 10th in the Official World Golf Ranking.
The 27-year-old bags a second PGA TOUR title in 80 career events (79 pro), joining the 2015 Waste Management Phoenix Open (58 starts ago), where he came from three back with 5-under 66 to win by one (also over Matsuyama). This time, he began the final frame T2, one back of Harman after kicking off in 67-70-68. Playing out of the penultimate twosome, the FSU product striped 12 (of 14) fairways and pelted 17 greens in regulation, gaining 4.917 strokes tee-to-green. He silenced a lone bogey-5 at 10 (3-putt from 38'10") with six birdies at 1, 2, 8 and a hat-trick at 14-16. The Floridian's split included three from between nine and 34 feet, highlighted by a 33'11" bomb at 8, and also saved par from 8'9" at 13, the only GIR he missed. He posted 1.750 putts per GIR and 1.937 SG: Putting, taking 31 total putts. This is Koepka's 10th top 25 in majors, eighth straight and fifth top 10, supplanting a previous best of T4 two times, most recently at the 2016 PGA Championship. Jun 18 - 8:39 PM

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Overnight quad-leader and World No. 22 Brooks Koepka authored a 4-under-par 35-33=68 in the third round of the 117th U.S. Open to reach 11-under 205, down one spot into a three-way T2, one short of 54-hole leader Brian Harman.

After kicking off in 67-70, the 27-year-old shared the 36-hole lead, his third career 36-hole lead in his 180th career start, and first in his 15th overall major appearance. Playing out of the penultimate twosome, he found 12 (of 14) fairways and 15 greens in regulation, silencing a lone bogey-5 at three (failed scramble) with five birdies at Nos. 1, 5 (from 18'7"), 12, 14 and 18, circling all four of the par 5s. The Florida State product's five birdies included three, 2-putt birdies at 1, 14 and 18, contributing to 32 total putts. His career best in majors is T4 two times, most recently at the 2016 PGA Championship (Baltusrol).
Jun 17 - 7:42 PM

Brooks Koepka steadied a 2-under-par 38-32=70 during the second round of the 117th U.S. Open Championship, heading into the weekend with a share of the 36-hole clubhouse lead on 7-under 137 alongside Tommy Fleetwood, Brian Harman, and Paul Casey.

Koepka was on cruise control in Round 1 as he fired a 5-under 67. He returned to Erin Hills this afternoon and missed just two (of 14) fairways while landing 14 greens in regulation. The GIR numbers are solid, but he gave himself just three birdie chances from inside 15 feet. That makes his number of putts (31) a lot more manageable, since most of his day was GIR→two-putt→par. Koepka has a stellar track record in major championships (9 top 25s in his last 11 appearances) but this will be the first time holding a lead/co-lead in a major. His two previous 36-hole leads in non-majors both yielded finishes of T3.
Jun 16 - 8:10 PM

Brooks Koepka got off to a quick start at the 117th U.S. Open Championship, styling a 5-under-par 34-33=67 during the opening round, just two strokes off the torrid pace set by Rickie Fowler.

Taking advantage of the wide fairways at Erin Hills Golf Course, Koepka launched 12 (of 14) drives of 300+ yards, missing just one fairway along the way. His iron and wedge play was plenty good as he gave himself seven birdie looks from inside 17 feet. Koepka would convert on five of those chances while also draining a few long-distance birdies from outside 20 feet. The big hitter has slight room for improvement on approach and with the putter, but if he keeps driving it like he did today, he'll be sticking around the top of the leaderboard all week.
Jun 15 - 2:46 PM

Beginning off No. 10 tee, World No. 22 Brooks Koepka fashioned a 4-under-par 32-34=66 in the second round of the FedEx St. Jude Classic to post 5-under 135, up 21 spots on the live leaderboard to T8, four short of 36-hole clubhouse leader Chez Reavie.

The 27-year-old hit 11 (of 14) fairways and 13 greens in regulation, losing 0.503 strokes around-the-green but gaining 2.037 tee-to-green. He squared a lone bogey-5 at 17 (failed sand save), offset by six birdies at holes 16, 18 (from 20'5"), 2, 3 and 5 (13'10"), recording 1.692 putts per GIR, 1.557 SG: Putting, and 27 putts total.
Jun 9 - 1:54 PM

Brooks Koepka catapulted up the leaderboard in round one of the Memorial Tournament, signing for a 3-under-par 33-36=69, five strokes off the co-leaders at the top.

Koepka opened on the 10th tee and whiffed on four birdie looks from inside 14 feet before converting an 18'6" birdie putt at the par-3 16th. His putter didn't really heat up until the par-5 fifth hole where he dialed one in from 22'5" for eagle. Koepka would follow that up with back-to-back birdies with the first one being from 16'8" to offset a few of those short misses from earlier in the round. The big hitter is making his first appearance at Jack's Place since a T52 in his 2015 debut. His 2015 performance was much better than the final leaderboard would indicate as he was inside the top 25 entering the final round before fading with 6-over 78.
Jun 1 - 6:37 PM

Brooks Koepka bobbed and weaved his way toward a 3-under-par 35-32=67 during the opening round of the AT&T Byron Nelson, throwing his name into the mix early on Thursday.

The big hitter started on the back nine and rocketed out of the gates with birdies at 10, 11, and 13. All three were splashed home from inside 15 feet, which was the story of the day. Koepka set up nine birdie looks from inside 15 feet today, seven of those from inside 9 feet. The Florida State product left a few strokes out there as he missed four putts from inside six feet today. Koepka missed the cut here in his 2014 debut but has since returned to finish T16 and runner-up over the last two editions. He is off to another stellar start this week, with plenty of room for improvement, as well.
May 18 - 1:45 PM

In four-ball action in the final round of the Zurich Classic of New Orleans, World No. 19 Brooks Koepka and World No. 1460 Chase Koepka styled a 10-under-par 28-34=62 to conclude on 19-under 269, up 14 spots to T5 with play still in progress.

Chase, 23, was making his PGA TOUR debut. The top 5 teams and ties (10 players and ties) total, earn an exemption into next week's Wells Fargo (if not already exempt). Brooks, three years older, was making his 75th career TOUR start. After opening in 69 (alternate shot), 65 (best ball) and 73 (alternate), the duo began on 9-under (T19), 10 adrift of 54-hole leaders Jonas Blixt and Cameron Smith. With lift, clean and place in effect, they began off No. 10 tee and were sleepwalking on 1-over thru six holes, carding five pars and a bogey-6 at 11. Brooks got things rolling with a hat-trick of birdies at 16-18 and extended the run to five straight on holes 1 and 2. Brooks rang up another at 4 with Chase getting on board with birdie-3 at 5. Brooks circled 6 and 8 while Chase pitched in for eagle-3 at seven (from 50'8" away) to complete their scoring.
Apr 30 - 8:02 PM

Brothers Brooks and Chase Koepka twirled a 3-under-par 32-37=69 while playing alternate shot in round one of the Zurich Classic.

The brother tandem opened the day with Brooks stiffing a 128-yard wedge to nine inches for a tap-in birdie. The scoring went cold from there, dropping two shots before the turn. After that, the flat sticks warmed up, as the Koepkas splashed home five putts from outside 11 feet on their inward nine. That included a 35'11" birdie bomb at the par-3 third hole. With Chase making his PGA TOUR debut this week, today should be considered a big success and now the brothers can lean on family chemsitry and play some aggresive golf during Friday's best ball format.
Apr 27 - 3:09 PM

World No. 24 Brooks Koepka painted a week-tying-low 7-under-par 32-33=65 in the finale of the Valero Texas Open to reach 11-under 277, up 10 places to solo 2nd, one shy of overnight leader and champion Kevin Chappell, who shot 68 and birdied the 72nd hole to win.

Playing out of the fourth-to-last threesome, the 24-year-old put up a furious charge, his 65 being 8.158 strokes better than the field average. After opening in 68-74-70, he began T12 on 4-under, four back. The FSU product landed eight (of 14) fairways and peppered 16 greens in regulation, the tourney leader in the latter at 75.00 percent (54/72). He also paced the field in SG: Tee-to-Green with a cumulative 13.482, 6.429 of that in R4. The Floridian sqaured a lone bogey-5 at nine (3-putt from 49'8"), camouflaged by eight birdies at Nos. 1, 2, 6-8, 11, 12 and 18, posting the clubhouse lead with a walk-off 4 from 3'1". His split featured five from greater than eight feet with a long of 39'1" at the par-4 seventh. This is Koepka's fourth runner-up in 74 career events, second this season in 11 starts (2nd, Shriners).
Apr 23 - 6:33 PM

Beginning off No. 10 tee, World No. 24 Brooks Koepka styled a 2-under-par 35-35=70 in today's third round of the Valero Texas Open to reach 4-under 212, up 25 spots on the live leaderboard to T11, two back of 54-hole clubhouse leader Ryan Palmer.

The 26-year-old chased an opening 68 with 74, cancelling out three birdies with three bogeys and swallowing double bogey-6 at the fourth. He came back on a windy Moving Day to outpace three bogeys with five birdies on seven (of 14) fairways and 12 greens in regulation, gaining 5.219 strokes tee-to-green. The Floridian birdied Nos. 11, 16, 17, 1 and 2, posting 1.769 putts per GIR, -0.733 SG: Putting and 29 putts total. He circled three from inside of eight feet with a long of 21'1" at the 11th, adding a 26-footer from the fringe at the par-3 16th. Koepka's 70 is currently 4.486 strokes better than the field average in R3.
Apr 22 - 5:01 PM

Brooks Koepka carded a 4-under-par 33-35=68 during round one of the Valero Texas Open, staking out a spot inside the top 10 after 18 holes.

Arriving on the heels of a T11 at the 81st Masters Tournament, Koepka continued his strong play today. Throughout the round he gave himself 13 birdie-or-better looks from inside 20 feet. He converted on five of those chances, with four of them coming on putts from outside nine feet. After some early-season struggles, Koepka is rounding into form and gamers who took the early hints at the WGC-Match Play and the Masters are reaping the rewards.
Apr 20 - 6:17 PM

World No. 25 Brooks Koepka crafted a 3-under-par 36-33=69 in today's final round of the Master Tournament to reach 1-under 287, currently T12 with play still in progress. UPDATE: With play completed and the top 12 and ties garnering a return trip next year, Koepka finished T11, up 10 spots on the day.

This was the 26-year-old's third consecutive appearance and has gotten better each time with a previous best of T21 last year. He also was progressively better this week with rounds of 74-73-71-69. The Florida native and resident was making his 15th major appearance and has finished T4 two times, at the 2016 PGA Championship (Baltusrol GC) and the 2014 U.S. Open at Pinehurst No. 2. He landed 10 (of 14) fairways and conjured 11 greens in regulation, posting a stellar 1.44 average putts per hole despite two 3-putts. Koepka squared bogeys at Nos. 4 and 9, and ate double bogey-6 at 17 after taking four to get on the surface, but outpaced the blemishes with seven birdies, carding five in his last six holes, including four straight at 13-16. For the week, he totaled 19 birdies against 14 bogeys and two doubles.
Apr 9 - 5:43 PM

Brooks Koepka heads down Magnolia Lane for his third appearance at this week's Masters.

Koepka arrives at this year's Masters without much form, at least in stroke-play events. Prior to his impressive showing at the WGC-Dell Match Play, the Florida State product had finished outside the top 40 in six straight events. On the bright side, he went 3-0 in group play at the WGC-Match Play, citing a swing modification for the newly found form. For more good news, we can look at Koepka's past visits to Augusta National GC, finishing T33 in his 2015 debut and improving to a T21 last year. It's hard for gamers to trust Koepka right now, but he still possesses a lot of upside anytime he pegs it.
Apr 4 - 9:03 PM

Brooks Koepka had to hang tough to overwhelm a fighting performance from Patrick Reed; the 1-up win earned him a 3-0 group stage record and progress to the knockout stages of the World Golf Championship-Dell Technologies Match Play.

The 26-year-old Florida native was a quarter-finalist 12 months ago and is now just 18 holes from giving himsef a shot at improving on that after seeing off his gutsy foe. In previous rounds Koepka had needed just 13 holes to demolish both Kevin Kisner and Jason Dufner 6&5 so fatigue was never going to be an issue and it needed to be as Reed refused to quit. Koepka opened with a 9’1" birdie to immediately take an advantage and Reed soon conceded the 4th before scragging one back with birdie at No. 5. A Koepka par breaker at 11 and Reed bogey at 8 opened up a 3-hole gap, but Reed came strong at the end of the round, ticking 15 and 16 to draw back the deficit to just one. Koepka held firm to complete the 100% group stage record and confirm a round of 16 contest with Alex Noren.
Mar 24 - 4:46 PM