Brooks Koepka highlights | Round 4 | WGC-FedEx St. Jude 2019



In the final round of the 2019 World Golf Championships-FedEx St. Jude Invitational, Brooks Koepka turned in a clean 5-under 65 to get to 16-under for the tournament and finish three strokes clear of the field to grab his first-career WGC victory.

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The World Golf Championships – FedEx St. Jude Invitational is contested at TPC Southwind in Memphis, Tennessee. With a field including Brooks Koepka, Dustin Johnson, Rory McIlroy, Justin Rose, Bryson DeChambeau, Jon Rahm, Justin Thomas, Phil Mickelson, Jordan Spieth, Jason Day, Adam Scott and FedExCup points leader Matt Kuchar, Memphis’ first time hosting a World Golf Championships event brings with it one of the strongest fields on the PGA TOUR schedule.

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46 thoughts on “Brooks Koepka highlights | Round 4 | WGC-FedEx St. Jude 2019

  1. Koepka has the game, mind and body to be succesfull. The guy is a born competitor who HATES losing. Once he proved himself and everybody that he belonged (US OPEN 2017), then that was no fluke (USOPEN 2018), then that he was a big game player (PGA 2018), and then when he went vocal with this statements, he backed them up (PGA 2019, TOP 5 in all other majors)….and then when he said "i practice only for majors", and people acted like it was kind of "disrespectfull", he wins inmediatly after the last major of the season a non major. The scary thing is that the guy is only 29, that the masters looks taylor made for him and that, if injuries respect him, he can expect at least the next 3 years with similar results than this past 3 years, which is, 3 or 4 more majors and 4 or five additional victories.

  2. He is the closest in a long time to Ben Hogan with accuracy and power. Ben was not short but hit it straight. Koepka is very long and hits it straight. Norman was that way with driver but Koepka hits everything very well. He is never trapped and under the plane so very little curve.

  3. Just goes to show: Distance equates to Domination. Fred Couples has said Tiger had an edge because he reached all the par 5s in 2. When you’re eyeing 68 before you even tee off that’s 4 strokes on the field. Wedge your way to victory!

  4. Ever see comments like: Tiger will never win again! The fields are just too deep, he can't beat these young guns.
    Funny, they weren't even talking about Brooks. They were talking about guys like Spieth, JT, Rahm, McIlroy…. Brooks Koepka has entered the conversation for player of the decade. Can he win? Maybe not, but with Major Championships in 3 straight years, back to back at the US Open and PGA and back to back player of the year honors, I think he's close.

  5. GOTTA LOVE THE WAY BROOKS JUST GETS THE JOB DONE RORS IS GONNA HAVE TO MAN UP SONETIME OR BROOKS WILL TEAR HIM UP EVERYTIME THEY GO AGAINST EACH OTHER I CAN'T SEE ANYONE ELSE GET ANYWHERE NEAR BROOKS FOR THE NEXT FEW YEARS POSSIBLY RHAMBO or FLEETWOOD will step up soon

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