Brooks Koepka has gained a reputation for being a Major machine and it is hard to disagree given his fine record.
|College||Florida State University|
|PGA Tour wins||9|
2015 - Phoenix Open
2017 - US Open
2018 - US Open
2018 - US PGA Championship
2018 - CJ Cup
2019 - US PGA Championship
2019 - WGC-FedEx St Jude Invitational
2021 - Phoenix Open
2023 - US PGA Championship
2014 - Turkish Airlines Open
Koepka has been named to the US Ryder Cup team in 2016, 2018, 2020, and 2023.
He has a 6-5-1 overall record and has never lost a singles match in the tournament, going 2-0-1 in that category.
Brooks Koepka is from West Palm Beach, Florida.
On the PGA Tour, Koepka has earned $43,044,449 during his career.
Since making the move to LIV Golf, the American's earnings have increased even more and he was reported to have been handed a $100,000,000 signing bonus.
Koepka's net worth is estimated to be between $50 and $60 million.
Ricky Elliott has been with Koepka since 2013 and the duo have formed a hugely successful partnership, with five Major victories since joining forces.
Elliott attempted to make it as a professional golfer before making the decision to become a caddie, a choice that has been extremely rewarding.
Before working with Koepka, the Irishman was on the bag for Dutchman Maarten Lafeber and 2003 Ben Curtis, while he also caddied for Matt Fitzpatrick during the 2014 Masters.
Koepka plays with a variety of different clubs, with Srixon, TaylorMade, Cleveland and Scotty Cameron clubs in the bag.
He uses a Srixon ZX5 MKII LS Driver, TaylorMade M2 Tour Woods, Srixon ZX7 MKII Irons and Cleveland RTX ZipCore Tour Rack Wedges.
The flat stick in the bag is a Scotty Cameron Tour Only T10 Newport Two Putter, while the ball of choice is the Srixon Z-Star Diamond.
Before the Ryder Cup begins on Friday, September 29, Koepka is slated to play in the LIV Golf Chicago tournament Sept. 22-24.