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Brooks Koepka wins the US Open by four shots - Los Angeles Times18 Jun 2017 Updates of the final day of the 117th U.S. Open from Erin Hills.
Brooks Koepka wins 2017 US Open by four shots as TommyBrooks Koepka wins 2017 US Open by four shots as Tommy Fleetwood finishes fourth at Erin Hills. Third round leader Brian Harman faded on the back nine, while two bogeys in four holes cost home favourite Rickie Fowler. Share; Comments. By. Euan McLean. 01:20, 19 JUN 2017; Updated 01:26, 19 JUN 2017. Sport.
Record-equalling Brooks Koepka wins 117th US Open19 Jun 2017 Brooks Koepka produced a back-nine birdie blitz to win the US Open on Sunday, becoming the seventh consecutive first-time winner of a major with a record-equalling four-shot victory at Erin Hills. The 27-year-old from Florida fired a five-under-par final round 67 to finish on 16-under for the tournament
Brooks Koepka rides brilliant final round to US Open victory | New18 Jun 2017 4 ranked player in the world and bidding to become the first Japanese player to win a major. Matsuyama shot a 6-under-par 66 to post 12-under as the leader in the clubhouse at a time when Koepka was 13-under. Then Koepka went on his back-nine birdie barrage to put the tournament to bed. Fleetwood
8am Round-Up: Brooks Koepka wins US Open by four shots - The19 Jun 2017 Brooks Koepka is the new US Open champion - just under four years after the American had been tipped for stardom when winning the Scottish Challenge in Aviemore.
Brooks Koepka wins U.S. Open title for first major championship18 Jun 2017 ERIN, Wis. -- Brooks Koepka traveled around the world to find his game. He found stardom right at home as the U.S. Open champion. Koepka broke away from a tight pack with three straight birdies on the back nine Sunday at Erin Hills and closed with a 5-under 67 to win the U.S. Open for his first major
US Open champion Brooks Koepka admits he almost quit golf | Daily19 Jun 2017 US Open champion Brooks Koepka admits he almost quit golf while leading a tournament in 2013. Brooks Koepka won the US Open by four shots at Erin Hills on Sunday; The newly-crowned champion almost quit the sport as a 23-year-old; Koepka almost quit while leading the Scottish Hydro Challenge in
Brooks Koepka - Official PGA TOUR ProfileThe official PGA TOUR profile of Brooks Koepka. PGA TOUR stats, video, photos, results, and career highlights.
Brooks Koepka breaks through, a WAG star is born, and an all-time20 Jun 2017 Welcome to another edition of The Grind, where we're taking some credit for Brooks Koepka's impressive U.S. Open victory. Just a month It was a tee-to-green clinic, and he finally stomped out the competition by holing three consecutive birdie putts on the back nine to win by four shots. Koepka is the
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At highest-scoring U.S. Open ever, Brooks Koepka wins first major18 Jun 2017 Koepka, who became the seventh straight first-time winner of a major, finished the tournament strong, closing with three straight birdies on the back nine and shooting a 5-under 67. His par on the last hole tied Rory McIlroy's record 16-under par at the 2011 U.S. Open and gave him a four-shot victory.
U.S. Open 2017 final leaderboard: Brooks Koepka rides hot putter to18 Jun 2017 Justin Thomas faded, Hideki Matsuyama charged, and Brooks Koepka clinched the U.S. Open victory. on his second hole, and three in his first five, Thomas went on to post a 3-over 75 to finish at 8-under for the week — eight shots behind first-time major winner Brooks Koepka. Koepka's past 4 putts:
Brooks Koepka wins U.S. Open title with record-tying 16-under18 Jun 2017 Brooks Koepka wins U.S. Open title with record-tying 16-under performance A slew of never-won-a-major players were in the mix Sunday to win the U.S. Open. Another mid-range twisting birdie putt on the par-3 16th fell too, putting him a full four shots clear of the field and all but sealing the deal.