What he lacks in charisma Brooks Koepka makes up for in excellence, as evidenced by the seven-shot lead he carries into Sunday.
There is a lot to play for Sunday in the final round of the 101st PGA Championship – even if your name is not Brooks Koepka.
Brooks Koepka wore an all-black ensemble to Bethpage on Saturday as if he were going to a funeral. Which he was, having buried the field through two days at the PGA Championship in record-setting fashion.
Koepka waltzes on with Saturday 70, leads by seven heading into final round of 101st PGA Championship
Brooks Koepka of the United States walks down the 17th hole during the third round of the 2019 PGA Championship at the Bethpage Black course on May 18, 2019 in Farmingdale, ...
Brooks Koepka wasn’t quite as immaculate Friday in the PGA Championship as he had been during his record-setting 63 in the opening round. But he did remain utterly merciless.
PGA Championship 2019: Tiger Woods couldn’t escape Bethpage Black’s rough on Friday, misses first cut of year
Tiger Woods badly pulled the opening drive of his second round on Friday, his ball coming to rest in Bethpage Black’s thick rough down the left side at the par-4 first. Woods didn’t know it at the time, but he and that lush lettuce were about to become very close over the next 17 holes.
Bethpage hasn’t seen a beatdown like this since the British drove Washington into Manhattan.
He appeared slightly subdued, and his play, in stretches, was substandard. Tiger Woods’ opening round of the 101st PGA Championship Thursday possessed more than a hint of rust that simply was too much for him to overcome.
“There’s only one Tommy Fleetwood.”
Like Tiger Woods, Danny Lee had a back injury that once had him questioning his PGA Tour future. Unlike Woods, Lee contemplated trying his hand in the...
Despite having no realistic chance to win this week, John Daly and his cart have been one of the biggest stories of the 101st PGA Championship.
PGA Championship 2019: 46-year-old local club pro has successful PGA debut, thanks to wife’s swing tip
It’s often unfamiliar territory for club professionals playing in the PGA Championship. That’s not exactly the case for Jason Caron this week.
After getting an up-close look at Brooks Koepka’s latest major masterpiece on Thursday, Tiger Woods’ first reaction to the 63 that left the reigning Masters champ nine shots in the dust was that it should have been even lower.
All eyes will be on Tiger Woods when he begins his quest to win a second consecutive major on Thursday morning at the 2019 PGA Championship.
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At the rate Brooks Koepka has won majors since June of 2017—three out of his last seven, but who’s counting—it’s not an outlandish statement to say he’ll easily double that total by the end of his career. But Koepka is aiming way higher.
Only Brooks Koepka has been better in the last three majors.
Tiger Woods is known for dropping jabs on his opponents. On Tuesday morning, John Daly came out on the business end of a Woods’ verbal haymaker.