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Brooks Koepka

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Shriners Hospitals for Children Open (2017)
#1. Koepka is far and away the class of this field, so let's hope he's motivated after a lackluster performance in China. His only PGA Tour win came in... Read More
WGC-HSBC Champions (2017)
#8. Makes birdies, check. Bomber off the tee, check. No-cut event, check. Everything lines up for Brooks to not only contend, but to potentially grab t... Read More
BMW Champ (2016)
#12. Koepka’s a bomber with some skills – kind of a Bubba Watson-lite. He’s 17th in my model (36th in SG:T2G, 21st in SG:P, 36th in P5SA, 87th in P4E:400-4... Read More
Deutsche Champ (2016)
#10. Koepka is 18th in terms of statistical profile for the week (34th in SG:T2G, 71th in SG:APP, 19th in SG:P, 39th in P5SA, 87th in P4E450-500, 6th in SA... Read More
Barclays (2016)
#3. Koepka missed some time with an ankle injury, but it looks like he’s healthy and firing on all cylinders. He withdrew from the Bridgestone, but his ot... Read More
Travelers Champ (2016)
#2. Brooks seems to be recovered from the ankle injury now, or he's just that good on one leg. Koepka finished T4 at the PGA Championship last week in... Read More
PGA Champ (2016)
#15. Brooks was playing some exceptional golf before the withdraw at the WGC-Bridgestone. Before that, he had back to back runner-up finishes before a top ... Read More
World Golf Championships- Bridgestone Invitational (2016)
#3. Koepka is in excellent form with his last three events ended with a solo second, T2 and T13 (U.S. Open). The American bomber debuted here last year w... Read More
US Open (2016)
#10. Koepka fits the course (21st in SG:T2G, 37th in SG:P, 18th in 4E450-500, 127th in DA, 89th in Scrambling, 67th in BA, and 11th in P4E350-400). He also... Read More
St. Jude Classic (2016)
#2. The American bomber debuted here two years ago with a T19 and followed it up with a T3 last year. He comes in off his best finish of 2016 (solo second... Read More
AT&T Byron Nelson (2016)
#6. Brooks missed the cut in his debut in 2014, but bounced back with a T16 last year. He’s alternated missed and made cuts over his last four PGA Tour ev... Read More
THE PLAYERS (2016)
#22. Brooks is a bomber so generally I’d ignore him this week but……he’s 20th in GDP this year. He can score on a couple of the distances we’ll see this wee... Read More
Valero Open (2016)
#6. Brooks made his debut here two years ago and finished T36. He missed out on all of the weather fun last year. The bomber bounced back from his missed... Read More
The Masters (2016)
#29. Koepka hurt a lot of Yahoo! gamers last week with his missed cut on a course that he looked to dominate. That's even more of a reason to hop back on t... Read More
Houston Open (2016)
#4. Koepka looks tailor-made for this course. Having cut his teeth on the European Tour he won’t be concerned about a little wind. The American is ninth i... Read More
SGC-Cadillac (2016)
#7. Koepka’s problem is he gets into trouble. That’s troubling on a course where trouble lurks everywhere. He stayed out of enough trouble last week to fi... Read More
Honda Classic (2016)
#16. The bombing American has trained on the European Tour so he should be relatively comfortable with the wind. He's played here twice (the last two years... Read More
ATT Pebble Beach Pro-Am (2016)
#22. Statistically, Koepka should be successful here in his debut. But, there I’m concerned about him making his debut this week. Pair his first time at th... Read More
Waste Management Phoenix Open (2016)
#3. The defending champion has to be considered again this year. His profile is just behind Bubba’s in aligning with this course. Koepka last started at t... Read More
THE TOUR Champ (2015)
#16. If you want to take the risk with Koepka, you are getting some value as I think many will be off him this week. He’s making his debut here and his pro... Read More
BMW Champ (2015)
#27. Koepka debuts here and he's looked every bit the rookie in the playoffs as he's missed back to back cuts. Let us not forget he had a run of 11 straigh... Read More
Deutsche Bank (2015)
#6. Ok, fine, he missed the cut last week. I get it, you don’t want to get burned again. But his profile is fantastic as he’s sixth in P5:BB, fifth in P5:... Read More
The Barclays (2015)
#3. Koepka was one of my favorites last week and there isn’t a reason to stop now. He’s my highest rated statistical player this week on the strength of h... Read More
Wyndham Champ (2015)
#2. Koepka is sixth in par 4 scoring and 21st in GIR so his game looks well suited for the course. He made his debut here last year and finished T38. He’s... Read More
PGA Champ (2015)
#8. Koepka profiles well here as his sixth in driving distance, 34th in SG:T2G and 19th in GIR. He’s also on quite a run with six straight top 25 finishes... Read More
World Golf Championships - Bridgestone Invitational (2015)
#13. Where to begin with my man Brooks Koepka? Koepka has 4 straight top 25s on Tour and 2 of those were Top 10s. He ranks 8th in Driving Distance, 10th in... Read More
British Open (2015)
#14. Koepka is an American, but he’s made his way to notoriety on the European Tour. He bombs the ball (tenth in driving distance) and 41st in SG: T2G. He’... Read More
US Open (2015)
#8. At this price, I’d be happy to roster Koepka twice. He’s made six of seven cuts across the European and PGA Tour and turned in a T3 at the St. Jude. H... Read More
St. Jude Classic (2015)
#15. Koepka is one of my favorite players because he’s generally overlooked as he plays a ton on the European Tour. He finished T19 here in his debut and t... Read More
Memorial Tourn (2015)
#6. I can’t resist Mr. Koepka especially at this price. He’s making his debut here, so don’t expect a win, but he’s seventh in par 5 scoring, 33rd in GIR,... Read More
Byron Nelson (2015)
#18. Koepka comes back from Europe to tee it up at the Byron Nelson. He missed the cut here last year in his only time out on this course. However, he's... Read More
Arnold Palmer Invitational (2015)
#17. Koepka finished T26 in his first trip to Bay Hill last year. Koepka absolutely murders the ball (sixth in 2014 and currently third this year in drivin... Read More
WGC-Cadillac (2015)
#15. What Koepka did on Friday at the Honda (shoot a 64) after his disastrous Thursday (shot a 78) round at the Honda was the stuff of legend. He limped... Read More
Honda Classic (2015)
#2. The Florida native (and Florida State graduate) returns to the Honda for a second straight appearance. He played last year on a sponsor's exemption... Read More
Farmers Insurance (2015)
#7. I was wrong about Koepka last week - I should have had him higher based on his recent form. His win last week did nothing but burnish his current repu... Read More
Phoenix Open (2015)
#25. He hasn't teed it anywhere since December so I'm a little reticent to recommend him more highly. He did win in November in Turkey and had three top 1... Read More
Wyndham Championship (2014)
#9. Koepka is playing Sedgefield for the first time having made five cuts in a row. During that time he recorded a T4 at the U.S. Open, one of three finis... Read More
HP Byron Nelson Championship (2014)
#30. Koepka is a Byron Nelson first timer. He finished T26, T36 and T21 in his last three tournaments.... Read More
Valero Texas Open (2014)
#30. Koepka is a first timer at TPC San Antonio, but has finished 33rd or better in three of his last four starts, missing one cut.... Read More
Valspar Championship (2014)
#29. Koepka is a 23-year-old American that made some waves last year by winning three events on the Challenge Tour, the European Tour’s second-tier series.... Read More