Tiger Woods may have conjured up one of sport’s greatest comeback stories at the Masters in April but it's Brooks Koepka who is now very much the man-of-the-moment over in the sphere of golf after he accumulated his fourth major in his last eight appearances.
Koepka, who retained the PGA Championship to propel his tally to four majors, is the first golfer to ever hold two majors back-to-back simultaneously. Come next month at Pebble Beach the American has the chance to win his third consecutive US Open, a feat only one player in the history of golf has ever achieved: Willy Anderson: 1903, 04 & 05.
Bicep-bulging Koepka is now finally getting the credit he deserves, and to celebrate his latest major win we have compiled some sizzling stats for you to marvel at…
Koepka’s net worth has propelled to £10m, according to celebritynetworth.com.
The purse-swelling amount in millions (£) Koepka scooped after winning the 2019 PGA Championship.
Koepka only won his first major trophy two years ago. He’s since added three more to his tally.
Koepka’s score of 128 at the end of play on Friday was the lowest 36-hole score ever carded at a major championship. He now holds the 18 and 36 hole PGA Championship records (2019), which he's added to the 72 hole record he achieved at the same tournament last year.
He’s 75-under-par in majors since 2016, astonishing.
At 29-years-of-age he is the first player to win his first four majors inside the space of just two years. He’s also the 29th player to win 4+ majors.
Koepka beat playing partner Tiger Woods by an eye-popping 17 shots over the opening two rounds at the 2019 PGA Championship.
Is the seventh different player (Tiger Woods twice) to successfully defend the PGA Championship, the first since Woods did so in 2007. He’s also the seventh player to win multiple majors at both the US Open and PGA Championship.
He now has six PGA Tour wins to his name. 6th is also his highest finish at The Open, in 2017, a standing he’ll be bidding to topple at Royal Portrush in Northern Ireland.
Koepka led from the first round to the last at the PGA Championship, becoming only the fifth wire-to-wire winner of the tournament.
Koepka now has four majors in the trophy cabinet, remarkably won in his last eight appearances in golf’s top-four tournaments.
He is now second in the FedExCup standings on 1,856 points, behind leader Matt Kuchar who leads by 254.
Koepka has returned to the summit of the World Rankings for the first time since January.