◼️ The American was crowned in the last two US Open and, this Sunday added to his harvest one of the most important trophies of the circuit.
Brooks Koepka lives a sensational present after being consecrated this Sunday in the PGA Championship, 4th Major of the season, which represents his third big title in the last 14 months.
The 28-year-old American adds four trophies corresponding to the PGA Tour: the Phoenix Open added to two US Open (2017 and 2018) and the other event of great relevance that was played these days in Missouri. In addition, it accumulates a coronation in the European (Turkish Open).
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Ranked in position 4, the native of Florida signed cards of 69, 63, 66 and 66 strokes, to reach a cumulative of 264 (-16). The runner-up? No other than Tiger Woods, who finished with two impacts and managed to get closer on the last day thanks to an exceptional lap of 64.
Adam Scott, who stayed with chances until the end, finished 3rd (-13), while the top 5 was completed by American Stewart Cink (-11) and Spanish Jon Rahm (-11). Meanwhile, the number 1 in the world, Dustin Johnson, had to settle for the 27th place (-6).