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Friday 31 March 2023 Dublin: 9°C

# brooks koepka

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# can't complain
'Nothing I could do' - Koepka says runner-up spot 'doesn't sting' after missing out on historic US Open three-peat
The four-time major winner came tantalizingly close to becoming only the second man to ever win the tournament three years running.
# halfway point
Woodland sinks 50-foot birdie to surge into U.S. Open lead
Gary Woodland posted a bogey-free, six-under 65 to take sole possession of the lead after 36 holes.
# US Open
McIlroy in the hunt at Pebble Beach after shaking off early wobble
Rickie Fowler set the early clubhouse lead, but the Northern Irishman is only two shots adrift after Day 1 of the US Open.
# Have your say
Poll: Who do you think will win the 2019 US Open this weekend?
The first round tees off at Pebble Beach today.
# status
Defending US Open champion Koepka still trying to prove the doubters wrong
With four majors in two years, the American is still trying to show he’s a force to be reckoned with.
# keep up
McIlroy's major success a 'driving factor' for Spieth ahead of US Open
Brooks Koepka and McIlroy have both won one major more than the Texan.
# Get on with it
'Guys like to complain' - Defending champ Koepka dismisses US Open criticism
The build-up has been dogged by criticism of the United States Golf Association’s running of the event.
# back-to-back
Koepka relieved to retain PGA title as his Major dominance continues
The American is back to world number one.
# Major Moment
Koepka survives major Sunday scare to defend PGA Championship title
The American held off a late challenge from Dustin Johnson to secure a wire-to-wire victory at Bethpage Black.
# Major Intent
Koepka takes seven-shot lead into final day of PGA Championship
Level-par 70 leaves Koepka primed for fourth Major.
# brooks koepka
'I should have a good chance of winning': Koepka tees off at PGA seeking more major golf history
Brooks Koepka is hoping to see his lead grow after teeing off the third round of the 2019 PGA Championship.
# out in front
Koepka seven shots clear in record lead at PGA Championship as Woods misses cut
The defending champion completed the lowest 36-hole showing in major golf history on Friday.
# 63 and easy
Koepka grabs command of PGA Championship as Bethpage hurts McIlroy and Woods
Koepka holds a one-shot lead over New Zealand’s Danny Lee.
# falter
Failed fightback leaves Tiger 'aggressively' chasing birdies at PGA Championship
The 15-time major winner fought back from a poor start and but saw his round fall apart in the final four holes.
# Have your say
Poll: Who do you think will win the 2019 PGA Championship?
The action starts today at Bethpage.
# Fighting On
Harrington and Power make the cut in Dallas as South Korean Kang holds four-stroke lead
American duo Matt Every and Tyler Duncan are in a tie for second place after the second round.
# Showtime
Magnificent Molinari leads Woods, Finau by two at Masters
A spectacular day of action at Augusta featured a 64 from Tony Finau and a Tiger Woods charge, but the italian leads the way.
# Top of the World
Golf has a new world number one as Koepka dethrones Johnson following CJ Cup win
The three-time major winner overtook Dustin Johnson in the world rankings after winning in South Korea on Sunday.
# Angry
'What shocked me was that the spectators were taking pictures of me, but no one was calling for help'
French golf fan Corine Remande has spoken out after losing the sight in one eye at last weekend’s Ryder Cup.
# Ryder Cup
'I love the kid to death' - Koepka dismisses talk of Johnson bust-up during Ryder Cup
Brooks Koepka dismissed reports of a bust-up with US team-mate Dustin Johnson during the Ryder Cup.
# Ryder Cup
Koepka 'heartbroken' after Ryder Cup fan blinded in one eye
The US golfer has been in contact with the injured spectator.
# Support
Ryder Cup organisers 'offer support' for spectator left blinded in right eye by Brooks Koepka tee shot
Corine Remande is currently recovering from treatment on a fractured eye socket and a damaged eyeball.
# fore shout
Spectator loses the sight in her eye after being hit by golf ball at Ryder Cup
Corine Remande says she is considering legal action.
# Heads Up
Woman injured at Ryder Cup after being struck by wayward tee shot
Brooks Koepka’s tee shot struck the fan in the face.
# as it stands
Tiger Woods maintains share of the lead at Tour Championship, Rory McIlroy third
The 14-time major winner is tied with Justin Rose at seven-under par 133 in heatwave conditions.
# FedEx Cup
Brilliant Brooks Koepka embarks on birdie blitz to roar into lead in New Jersey
A strong finish from Seamus Power saw him just make the cut at the Northern Trust Open.
# I heard you
Koepka 'in shock a little bit' that Woods stayed to congratulate him at US PGA
Woods has not always taken well to coming second and Koepka was surprised to receive his embrace.
# Easy Tiger
'I'm in uncharted territory': Tiger Woods savours his second-place finish
Woods finished two shots behind PGA Championship winner Brooks Koepka.
# Golf
Brilliant Koepka holds Tiger at bay to win PGA Championship at Bellerive
Ireland’s Shane Lowry finished in a tie for 12th, eight shots behind Koepka.
# US Open
Ice-cold Koepka becomes first man to retain US Open since 1989
Koepka holds off brilliant Sunday challenge of England’s Tommy Fleetwood to win back-to-back titles.
# the hills are alive
Tommy Fleetwood sets the score for everyone to beat with sizzling 63 at US Open
Defending champion Brooks Koepka still holds the lead.
# Wrap
Early double bogey trims Johnson's US Open lead
Defending champion Brooks Koepka, Sweden’s Henrik Stenson, England’s Tommy Fleetwood were all one-over in the early going.
# struggling
Tiger makes dreadful start as world's best toil at US Open
Rory McIlroy, Jordan Spieth and Jason Day were among those to struggle in a tough US Open round one.
# PGA Tour
Red-hot Rose cruises to victory with four straight rounds in the 60s
The Englishman claimed his second PGA Tour title of the season at the Fort Worth Invitational.
# Admission
US Open champion Brooks Koepka once admitted he prefers baseball to golf
The American suggested he would have liked to been a baseball star instead.
# Rankings
McIlroy drops one place as US Open champion Koepka breaks into world's top 10
Dustin Johnson remains the world number one despite missing the cut at Erin Hills.