Brooks Koepka has been the most dominant golfer at majors over the past three years.
Speaking ahead of the PGA Championship at Bethpage Black, Koepka said that he believes majors to be the easiest tournaments to win.
Koepka said that he’ll simply beat half the field, and between the pressures of a major and others not playing well, Koepka really only has to beat a few players in order to win.
On Thursday, Koepka backed up his strong words, shooting a course record 63 to finish the first round as the clubhouse leader at 7-under.
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When it comes to majors, Brooks Koepka has been the most dominant golfer in the world over the past three years.
The reigning PGA Championship winner and two-time reigning U.S. Open champion has been all but unstoppable since 2015, with just one finish outside the top 21 in the past 14 majors he’s played, and five more top-10 finishes in addition to his three wins.
While majors are considered the toughest challenges, and thus the biggest prizes, on the golfing calendar, according to Koepka, the majors are the easiest tournaments to win on the tour.
Speaking ahead of the 2019 PGA Championship at Bethpage Black, …read more
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