History will show that Tiger Woods was the second-best player at Bellerive. But in terms of electricity, drama, emotion, you name it, not even Brooks Koepka could rival the 42-year-old Woods.
This year the PGA of America bumped up the overall prize money for its oldest event from $10.5 million to an $11 million purse.
Adam Scott was playing in the final pairing, but few paid heed
It’s tough to ever say someone should have won a golf tournament, but at the risk of arming Brooks Koepka with more “I get no respect” ammo, Tiger Woods probably should have won the 100th PGA Championship.
As Bellerive shook with every Tiger Woods birdie on Sunday at the PGA Championship, Brooks Koepka never wavered.
It has now been a full four years since Rory McIlroy last won a major championship.
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Brooks Koepka won his second major of the season and third of his career by combining the kind of solid ball striking with good in-close putting to win by two over Tiger Woods at Bellerive C.C.
Some days a golf course is heaven. Saturday at Bellerive Country Club was such a day.
Tiger Woods teed off at 8 a.m. on Saturday to complete his second round at Bellerive Country Club. What a crazy day it triggered.
Bellerive Country Club’s 16th hole is a brute of a par 3, yet it found itself under an aerial assault late on Saturday afternoon at the PGA Championship.