Serial major winner Koepka waits for US PGA Championship three-pit


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Brooks Koepka

Brooks Koepka will make the three-pit for the U.S. PGA Championship this week.

Based on the form he threw in large numbers from 2017 to 2019, it is not too far-fetched to propose a global epidemic that very few things could have prevented him from achieving this feat.

His curiosity cv. Four of the seven wins in the PGA Tour-approved tournament to his name have been big wins.

It is a person who chases, chases in words and deeds.

Speaking in front of the U.S. PGA Championship defense in the Bethpage block last year, Koepka declared: “I think sometimes the majors are the easiest to win.”

No one says that. Doubtful anyone would even think that Koepker was included, but he went ahead and said whatever it was.

Delivering this line, missing any embarrassment, speaks as much about the power of America as it has hit the cracking drive or drowned the nerveless.

It highlighted his mental perseverance, a characteristic characterized by the intense heat of his own burning desire to acknowledge his success.

You see, for all his intense brilliance in his last ten major outs – he added four top-six finishes in addition to his fourth win – Koepka didn’t rise as much as his stardom and enjoyed some of his most successful contemporaries.

Dustin Johnson, who won his first and so far major title a year before Coppa won the mark, is proud of a higher profile and bigger name recognition beyond sports, such as Jordan Spieth, who has not won a major since 2013 and now lives in the world. 56th in the rankings.

He doesn’t match Rory McLaughlin’s worldwide appeal, and forgets it to compete with Tiger Woods for the spotlight.

No invitation was extended to him to join the Golfing Glitter, it was a curious snack, but it seems that he has done him good, igniting his hunger for success that arouses in Koepkara.

Otherwise, he is not a man or a golfer today.

And if any of his rivals expected that the flash of worldly victory would express his intense interest in the silver lover, they severely underestimated the level of his ambition.

After winning the Bethpage, he wanted to know how many majors he could muster, to which Koeppa replied: “Double the numbers, easy! I can’t see why I can’t double.”

Well, they are the easiest to win.