All Brooks Koepka does is win majors.
The former Florida State All-American captured his fourth major, repeating as the PGA Championship winner on Sunday afternoon. Koepka shot 63-65-70, taking a seven-shot lead into the final round. He finished with a nerve-wracking 74 on Sunday but still won by two shots over Dustin Johnson.
“This is incredible,” Koepka said in the CBS post-round interview. “I don’t know if I’ve dreamed of this. This is so cool. I’m still in shock right now. This is awesome.”
A native of West Palm Beach, Koepka led from start to finish. He shot 8-under for the four rounds and pumped his fist after making his putt on 18.
Koepka is also a two-time U.S. Open champion. He has won four majors in less than two years.
At FSU from 2009-12, Koepka won three events, including the 2012 Seminole Intercollegiate. He had 19 top-10s and a 71.84-stroke average in his college career.
His coach at FSU, Trey Jones, is proud to see Koepka continue to achieve major success.
“Brooks’ performance was Mike Tyson-like,” Jones said. “No nonsense, bring the fight, play to knock out early and take advantages when you can.”