How familiar are you with back-to-back U.S. Open champion Brooks Koepka? Here are a few things you need to know about the 28-year-old:
Championship 2018: Brooks Koepka always out to prove a point, is provided another opportunity at Bellerive
In the aftermath of his second consecutive U.S. Open victory in June, Brooks Koepka was asked a stunningly ridiculous question about how the achievement “affected his legacy.” At 28, he has barely started to build a career, let alone a legacy.
It’s fortunate Brooks Koepka is the size of South Dakota. Because the chip on his shoulder is … well, less of a chip and more of a boulder.
A year from now, the major season will be over.
Airlines losing golf clubs the day before major championship qualifying. A tradition unlike any other.
Mike Davis and the USGA have taken their share of body blows for losing Shinnecock Hills, again, at this year’s U.S. Open. Judging by Tiger Woods’ roundabout jab on Sunday, those punches aren’t stopping anytime soon.
Danielle Kang qualified for the U.S. Women’s Open at 14, only about a year and a half after she started playing golf. Her's is an extraordinary story.
It’s been a busy stretch for Brooks Koepka, who has played seven of the last eight weeks after sitting out three months with a wrist injury—and along the way won a second straight U.S. Open.
The saga surrounding Phil Mickelson’s U.S. Open antics at Shinnecock Hills has stretched well beyond last Saturday afternoon.
James Hahn wasn’,t in the field last week at Shinnecock Hills and has only played in one U.S. Open in his career, in 2016 at Oakmont.
Phil Mickelson says he’s “embarrassed and disappointed,” apologises for moving ball incident at U.S. Open
Days after Phil Mickelson’s stunning decision to hit a moving golf ball during the third round of the 2018 U.S. Open, the takes on why he did it...