Brooks Koepka Finally Catches A Break In Life, Wins U.S. Open
Pretty tough not to feel good for Brooks Koepka today, the 6’0, 186-pound, 27-year-old Florida State grad who looks like this…
…finally catching a break in life and winning the U.S. Open. Despite a crammed leaderboard throughout the entire weekend, it ended drama free. It ended with Brooks running away with it.
Every time we thought it might get tight, he just kept doing this.
To build a several shot lead. He then ripped a 3-wood 379 on 18, made an easy par, and tied Rory McIlroy’s 2011 performance for lowest score to par in U.S. Open history. Guy is a certified STUD. He played lights out on Sunday, far and away better than anyone else. He can now add the U.S. Open to his 2015 Waste Management win and to being a part of the winning 2016 U.S. Ryder Cup team (3-1-0 performance).
It’s good to be Brooks.
PS — Happy Father’s Day, everyone.