Born:May 3, 1990 in West Palm Beach, Florida.
Original/Home Club:Cardinal Newman H.S. / Florida State University.
PGA of America
For the second straight year, Koepka (USA) won the PGA of America Player of the Year Award (based on points allocated for PGA Tour wins, money list position and scoring average). Rory McIlroy (N.Ire) was second with 78 pts.
Koepka (USA) was the PGA Tour 2019 leading money winner (formerly the Arnold Palmer Award), with earnings of $9,684,006 on the Tour. Rory McIlroy (N.Ire) was second with $7,785,286. Matt Kuchar (USA) was third with $6,329,190.
Played as the WGC-FedEx St Jude Invitational (July 25-28). Second-placed Webb Simpson (USA) finished 3 shots behind Koepka (USA), who claimed his first World Golf Championships win. [TPC Southwind, Memphis, TN].
The US PGA Championship (101st) (May 16-19). Second-placed Dustin Johnson (USA) finished 2 shots behind defending champion Koepka (USA), who recorded his fourth major championship win. [Black course, Bethpage State Park, Farmingdale, NY].
PGA of America
Koepka (USA) won the PGA of America Player of the Year Award (based on points allocated for PGA Tour wins, money list position and scoring average). Justin Thomas (USA) was second with 66 pts.
Played as the CJ Cup at Nine Bridges (Oct 18-21; US PGA Tour 2018/19 season). Second-placed Gary Woodland (USA) finished 4 shots behind Koepka (USA), who shot a back-nine 29 in his final round of 64. The win took Koepka to the No.1 spot in the official World Golf Rankings for the first time in his career. [The Club at Nine Bridges, Jeju Island, S. Korea].
Koepka (USA) won the Jack Nicklaus Award as the PGA Tour Player of the Year, based on the votes of his peers.
The US Open (118th) (June 14-17). Second-placed Tommy Fleetwood (Eng) finished 1 shot behind defending champion Koepka (USA), who became the first man for 29 years to successfully defend this title. Fleetwood fired a US Open record-equalling score of 63 in his final round. [Shinnecock Hills GC, Southampton, Long Island, NY].
The US PGA Championship (100th) (Aug 9-12). Second-placed Tiger Woods (USA) finished 2 shots behind Koepka (USA), who claimed his second major championship win of 2018, and a third win in the last seven majors. [Bellerive CC, St Louis, Missouri].
The US Open (117th) (June 15-18). Second-placed Hideki Matsuyama (Jpn) and Brian Harman (USA) finished 4 shots behind first-time major championship winner Koepka (USA). 27-year-old Koepka’s final score of 16-under tied Rory McIlroy’s record for low score in relation to par in a US Open. [Erin Hills, Erin, nr Milwaukee, Wisconsin].
Played as the Dunlop Phoenix Tournament (Nov 16-19; Japan Tr event). Second-placed Prayad Marksaeng (Thai), Xander Schaffele (USA) and Sang-hee Lee (S Kor) finished 9 shots behind defending champion Koepka (USA). [Phoenix CC, Miyazaki, Japan].
Played as the Dunlop Phoenix Tournament (Nov 17-20; Japan Tr event). Second-placed Yuta Ikeda (Jpn) finished 1 shot behind first-time Japan Tour winner Koepka (USA). [Phoenix CC, Miyazaki, Japan].
Played as the Waste Management Phoenix Open (Jan 29-Feb 1). Second-placed Bubba Watson (USA), Ryan Palmer (USA) and Hideki Matsuyama (Jpn) finished 1 shot behind first-time PGA Tour winner Koepka (USA). [Stadium course, TPC Scottsdale, Phoenix, AZ].
Koepka (USA) won the European Tour 2014 Sir Henry Cotton Rookie of the Year Award as the leading first-season player (determined by a panel representing the Tour, the R&A and Assoc of Golf Writers). Koepka finished eighth on the Tour's Order of Merit, with earnings of €2,631,873.
Played as the Turkish Airlines Open (Nov 13-16; third of four Eurpn Tr Final Series events). Second-placed Ian Poulter (Eng) finished 1 shot behind first-time European Tour winner Koepka (USA). Koepka previously had three wins on Europe's Challenge Tour in 2013, and one in 2012. The overall result in Turkey ensured Rory McIlroy (N.Ire) won the season-long Race to Dubai (European Tour Order of Merit), with one event still to be played. [Montgomerie Maxx Royal, Antalya, Turkey].
PGA Championship: the first men’s major of the year will be contested at TPC Harding Park, without spectators being present (Aug 6-9).
European Senior (Staysure) Tour: the Europe-based over-50s tour for men has taken the reluctant step of cancelling the entire 2020 season, based on the additional coronavirus risk associated with the age demographic of the players.
Miguel Ángel Jiménez: recorded his 707th European Tour start at the English Open in July, surpassing Sam Torrance’s record for the most appearances on the Tour.
Brooks Koepka: the former world No.1 defends his title at the WGC-FedEx St Jude Invitational at TPC Southwind in Memphis (July 30-Aug 2).
Traigh Golf Course (pronounced "try", and meaning "beach" in Gaelic): You'll find this nine-hole seaside gem on the scenic coast road (as opposed to the more inland and quicker A830) between Arisaig and Morar. Although not on the well-beaten path of Scotland's "trophy" courses, if you are passing through this area, it's a must play.
Cullen Links Golf Club: "immensely scenic", "quirky as golf can get", "short!", "hugely enjoyable" ... Cullen Links attracts as wide a variety of comments as it lays down golfing challenges. Shoehorned into this 4,600 yard treasure trove are ten par-3s, seven par-4s and a good-length par-5. Here you'll find all the seaside scenery a golfer could ask for, and a lot more besides. Read More...
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