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Brooks Koepka

Team: PGA Golfer
Age / DOB:  (26) / 5/3/1990
Ht / Wt:  6'0' / 186

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Brooks Koepka orchestrated a 2-under-par 32-36=68 in today's final round of the 116th U.S. Open to conclude his fourth appearance on 4-over 284, up 20 places to T17 with play still in progress. UPDATE: With play completed, Koepka finished T13. His third straight top 20 on TOUR, third straight top 20 in the U.S. Open, and fifth straight top 25 in majors.
The 26-year-old began the final round on 6-over (T37) after opening in 75-69-72. He found eight (of 14) fairways, mustered 11 greens in regulation, and totaled just 25 putts, aided by a chip-in birdie-3 at the 11th and a hole-out eagle from 108 yards away at the par-4 10th. Those two par breakers ended a run of 8-under over eight holes, kicking off with four straight birdies on holes 4-7. Unfortunately, Koepka sandwiched his mid-round mastery with bogeys on 1 and 3, and four straight squares on 14-17. For the week, he tallied 57 percent of fairways and greens hit, and totaled just 114 putts for 1.58 average putts/hole. Jun 19 - 5:20 PM

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Brooks Koepka fashioned a 4-under-par 33-33=66 in the final round of the FedEx St. Jude Classic for a 72-hole total of 10-under 270, up three places on the live leaderboard to T2, and good for the clubhouse lead. UPDATE: With play completed, Koepka finished in a three-way T2, three shy of 54-hole leader and eventual champ Daniel Berger.

Save for a three-putt par on the par-5 16th (from 24'8"), the 26-year-old polished off his third appearance in grand style. He trickled-in his fifth birdie of the round from the fringe 18'3" away at the par-4 15th and then nearly holed his second to the par-4 17th, stiffing his approach from 182 yards out to four inches for the kick-in. The FSU product had a chance for one better at the 72nd hole, but missed from 23'2". He began the finale on 6-under in a three-way T5, four shy of 54-hole leader Daniel Berger. Koepka mustered 10 greens in regulation and squared bogeys on holes eight and 12, the latter after airmailing the green with his approach and finding the water.
Jun 12 - 8:29 PM

Brooks Koepka patched together a 1-under-par 36-33=69 in today's third round of the FedEx St. Jude Classic for a three-day tally of 6-under 204, down two spots into a three-way T5, four adrift of 54-hole leader Daniel Berger.

The 26-year-old began the third round in a three-way T3 on 5-under, four shy of overnight leader Berger. Playing out of the penultimate twosome with Dustin Johnson -- who shot 73 -- he missed birdie at the first from 6'11" but improbably made birdie-4 at the third, chipping-in from 29'4" away after putting his second into the water and the subsequent penalty drop. The FSU product squared the sixth and the ninth on failed scrambles to turn 1-over. He righted the ship from there, coming home in bogey-free 2-under, circling the 10th from 34'7" and the par-5 16th from 34 inches. Koepka had great scoring chances at 17 and 18, but missed both from inside of nine feet.
Jun 11 - 6:30 PM

Brooks Koepka cruised to a bogey-free, 5-under-par 32-33=65 during the second round of the FedEx St. Jude Classic, entering the weekend at 5-under 135.

Much like Berger at the top, Koepka is another Florida native who is avoiding water balls through 36 holes. The Florida State product split nine (of 14) fairways and landed 14 greens in regulation. That's where most of the heavy-lifting was done today, as Koepka gained 4.267 strokes off the tee and approaching the green. His highlight on the greens was a 24'3" birdie splash at the par-4 15th hole. Koepka arrived with top 20s in both of his first two trips to TPC Southwind and he's easily on pace for a third as we head into the weekend. He walked off the course T2 on the live leaderboard, sitting four strokes off the pace set by Daniel Berger.
Jun 10 - 2:01 PM

Overnight leader Brooks Koepka backed up to a 1-over-par 34-37=71 in the final round of the AT&T Byron Nelson to post 15-under 265, and then lost on the first playoff hole to Sergio Garcia, who made par, while Koepka stumbled to a double bogey-6.

The 26-year-old began the finale with a two-shot lead over playing competitor Jordan Spieth and three clear of Garcia. He landed just four (of 14) fairways and for a second straight round, hit only nine greens in regulation. The Floridian missed his first three greens and bogeyed the third on a failed scramble before righting the ship with birdies on holes 7 and 9 to turn 1-under and 17-under total. At that point, he was three in front of four players, including Garcia. Koepka came home in birdie-less 2-over, squaring back-to-backs on 14 and 15 (failed scrambles) and missed a 15'11" birdie at the last to win in regulation. He was chasing his second TOUR title in his 55th career start but settles for his first runner-up, and drops to 0-for-1 when the 54-hole leader and 0-1 in playoffs.
May 22 - 6:50 PM

Brooks Koepka authored a 5-under-par 33-32=65 in today's third round of the AT&T Byron Nelson to post 16-under 194, good for a two-shot lead over playing competitor Jordan Spieth, who shot 67. UPDATE: Koepka's 16-under 194 matches the 54-hole tournament record (Loren Roberts/1999).

Koepka's 11-under 129 (65-64) to open his third Nelson was a low 36-hole opening score for him on TOUR -- previously 131 two times. He began the third frame in a three-way T2, one shy of 36-hole leader and the third member of the final group Ben Crane. The FSU product found eight (of 14) fairways and only nine greens in regulation, but circled seven for a ridiculous 1.222 putts per GIR. He bogeyed the first and the sixth on failed scrambles and saved pars seven other times, including from 11'4" at the 15th and from 10'1" at the 18th. Koepka's split was highlighted by a 19'8" roll at the par-4 14th en route to a stellar 4.578 in strokes gained: putting.
May 21 - 6:04 PM

Brooks Koepka staked a claim of the early clubhouse lead following a 6-under-par 31-33=64 in the second round of the AT&T Byron Nelson, joining Jordan Spieth as early co-leaders at 11-under 129. UPDATE: With play coming to a close, Koepka is in a three-way T2, one back of leader Ben Crane.

Koepka split just eight (of 14) fairways but had no trouble player out of the thick(er) stuff, landing 14 greens in regulation. It was this ball-striking that played a key part in the scoring today. Most notable was his approach shot on the par-4 fourth hole, landing his 133-yard approach shot to 16 inches for a tap-in birdie. The flat stick was up-and-down today as he splashed home five putts from outside seven feet, but also missed a 4'4" birdie attempt and two others from inside nine feet. Koepka missed the cut in his 2014 Nelson debut, but finished T16 in last year's waterlogged edition, making it clear that he prefers these wet and soft course conditions.
May 20 - 1:41 PM

Brooks Koepka got revenge on TPC Sawgrass with a 6-under-par 34-32=66 during round one of THE PLAYERS, currently three strokes off the leader Jason Day.

The Florida State product missed the cut on the number last year in his PLAYERS debut. That was despite the fact he carded two quads and two doubles. This time around, he avoided the big numbers and squared just on bogey on the day. The highlight of the round came at the par-5 16th hole when he landed his 190-yard approach to 4'11", allowing him to splash home an eagle on the par-5 16th hole. In addition to the six par breakers, Koepka also missed four putts from inside 10 feet, so this round could have gone even lower if the flat stick was dialed in.
May 12 - 2:18 PM

18-seed Brooks Koepka earned a 1 up victory over 28-seed and past champ Matt Kuchar in the Round of 16 at the WGC-Dell Match Play and will face off against 2-seed Jason Day in the quarterfinals.

Koepka was the Group 10 winner with a 2-1-0 record while Kuchar emerged from Group 7 with a 2-0-1 mark. The 25-year-old is making his second Match Play appearance after being eliminated in the Group Stage last year with a 2-1 record. He never trailed in his match against Kuchar, the 2013 champ. Koepka raced out to a 2 up lead with back-to-back birdies on holes 2 and 3 and the match would stay there until Kuchar trimmed the margin to 1 with his first birdie at the ninth. Par at the 11th moved Koepka back to 2 up before Kuchar fought back to all square winning the 13th and 16th with birdies, but Koepka would end things with a 39-inch birdie-2 at the 17th.
Mar 26 - 1:53 PM

Brooks Koepka (2-1-0) trailed from the very first hole and lost 4-and-3 to Danny Willett in Friday's final group match at the WGC-Dell Match Play in Texas but will still take his place in the round of 16.

20-seed Koepka controlled his own destiny after wins over Billy Horschel and Jaco Van Zyl but reached the turn 5-down after a string of errors on Austin Country Club's opening nine. 11-seed Willett won the opener with a birdie before a Koepka double bogey-6 at the second doubled the Englishman's advantage. The American put another '6' on his card at the par-5 6th to slip further behind and also lost the 8th to a par. Having turned in 40, Koepka finally found some rhythm with winning birdies at 10 and 11 but it proved a stay of execution as Willet (1-1-1), a semi-finalist last year, closed out victory on the 15th. The loss left him at risk of a play-off but Koepka's place in Saturday's knockout phase was confirmed when Horschel failed to beat Van Zyl.
Mar 25 - 4:11 PM

Brooks Koepka connected on a 5-and-4 victory against Jaco Van Zyl in the second round of the World Golf Championships-Dell Match Play, reaching 2-0-0 on the week.

The Florida State product took advantage of an early bogey from the South African at the par-4 second hole. He added to his lead on the par-3 fourth hole, splashing in a 17'7" birdie bomb. That would be all that was needed as Van Zyl's lone hole won came in the form of a par at the seventh. Koepka added three birdies coming in, for good measure. Koepka has the early lead in Group 10 but will need to hold off Danny Willett in round three to secure a spot in the round of 16.
Mar 24 - 6:58 PM

Brooks Koepka struggled early but fought back to secure a 3-and-2 win over Billy Horschel in round one of the World Golf Championships-Dell Match Play.

In a battle of Florida versus Florida State, the Gators got off to a 3-up lead through eight holes. That included a 13'9" birdie roll on the par-3 fifth and 37'4" eagle splash on the par-5 sixth hole. The Seminoles battled back as Koepka banged in a 5'11" birdie putt on the par-4 ninth hole to carry some momentum into the back nine. From there, Koepka birdied four of the next seven holes to take the lead. He wouldn't even need to play the last two holes after his birdie barrage. Koepka is now 3-1 in his career at the WGC-Match Play and will take on Jaco Van Zyl in round two.
Mar 23 - 8:09 PM

Brooks Koepka takes a look at Austin Country Club in preparation of this week's World Golf Championships-Dell Match Play.

The Florida State product went 2-1 in his WGC-Match Play debut, but failed to escape the group stage. He tied with J.B. Holmes but the tiebreaker went in Holmes' direction. It should still be considered a strong debut, and it makes Koepka worth a strong look as he takes on Billy Horschel, Danny Willett, and Jaco Van Zyl in Group 10.
Mar 22 - 7:07 PM

Brooks Koepka hopes the third time is the charm as he preps for this week's Honda Classic.

The Florida State product finished T33 in his 2014 Honda Classic debut. He returned last year with a T51. That number is going the wrong way but it's worth noting his uncharacteristic 8-over 78 opening round last year, forcing him to fire a 6-under 64 just to make the weekend. This event means a lot to Koepka as a local, but unfortunately the course takes driver out your hand on many holes, negating much of Koepka's strongest asset. He will have to be on top of his game in all other facets if he wants to find himself in contention this week.
Feb 24 - 9:21 AM

Brooks Koepka bobbed and weaved to a 2-under-par 34-36=70 in the final round of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am for a four-day tally of 10-under 277, up eight spots on the live leaderboard to T8.

Koepka finished a disappointing T41 in his first title defense at last week's WM Phoenix Open so perhaps a less pressure-filled tourney debut at Pebble Beach was just what the doctor ordered. He posted steady rounds of 68-70-69-70 and closed with six birdies against four bogeys. At last glance, the 25-year-old put up 72-hole rankings of T14 in birdies with 18 and T2 in eagles (2), but squared 12 bogeys (T57). He's looking to add his second top 10 of the season in five events along with a T3 at the Hyundai TOC. Koepka is not in next week's published field at the Northern Trust Open.
Feb 14 - 5:13 PM