Brooks Koepka is Not Sure Where he Left the U.S. Open Trophy

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After a remarkable comeback and dealing with one of the most difficult courses in U.S. Open memory, Brooks Koepka was able to repeat as champion. But that win might have taken everything out of him. After becoming the first back-to-back champion since 1989, Koepka was able to celebrate with his wife and some of his friends but life as a …


Spieth and Johnson Share the Lead at the Travelers

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CROMWELL, CT-Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlory recovered after missing the cut at the US Open. Both Spieth and McIlroy missed the cut at Shinnecock but their games appear to be back on track after the first round at the Travelers. Spieth and Zach Johnson share the lead at seven under par, while McIlroy and Brian Harmon are just one stroke …


Ian Poulter Claims he was Verbally Assaulted Throughout U.S. Open

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One of the biggest problems on the PGA TOUR this year has been the discussion of heckling. Many players have complained about the increased verbal assaults they have faced and it was more of the same at Shinnecock Hills. The man who seemed to draw the most anger from the spectators is Ian Poulter. It’s no secret that Poulter has …

Brooks Koepka Becomes First Repeat U.S. Open Champion Since 1989

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The U.S. Open featured much excitement and storylines all week, including course criticism and Phil Mickelson’s crazy penalty. But when it was all said and done, last year’s champion came out on top once again. After the first round, not many would have thought that Koepka had a shot to take home the title after he, and the rest of …

Brooks Koepka Wins Back-To-Back US Opens

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After a highly controversial moving day at the US Open, including questionable course conditions and the deeply debated Phil Mickelson incident, there were 22 players within 5 shots of the lead on Sunday afternoon. However, Brooks Koepka ran away with it and won the 2018 US Open by one stroke. Koepka said he tried to “stay patient and get …