Brooks Koepka, US Open Champion.

Brooks Koepka (born May 3, 1990) is an American professional golfer who plays on the PGA Tour.Ranked inside the top 25 in the Official World Golf Ranking, he chose a different route than other young Americans to get mainstay status on the PGA Tour, by starting his career on the European Challenge Tour and eventually the European Tour.He played collegiate golf at Florida State University.Koepka claimed his first major championship by winning the 2017 U.S. Open at Erin Hills.[1] [2]  Early years
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The United States Open Championship

The United States Open Championship, commonly known as the U.S. Open, is the annual open national championship of golf in the United States. It is the second of the four major championships in golf, and is on the official schedule of both the PGA Tour and the European Tour. It is staged by the United States Golf Association (USGA) in mid-June, scheduled so that, if there are no weather delays, the final round is played on the third Sunday, which is Father’s Day. The U.S. Open is staged at a
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Graham and Ruby DeLaet – A love story

Although “love” is a term more associated with tennis than professional golf, there will be a lot of Valentine’s Day cards being exchanged this week on the PGA Tour.While we can’t overlook wonderful long-term relationships like Jack and Barbara Nicklaus, who will celebrate their 55th wedding anniversary this year, there is a remarkable love story much closer to home for Canadians: Graham and Ruby DeLaet.Married in 2008, the couple met when Graham, from Weyburn, Sask., was attending Boise State
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Gary Player insists that they’ve got the career senior major count all wrong

There’s a good chance Bernhard Langer will win the KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship on Sunday. If he does, he’ll officially pass Jack Nicklaus for most career majors on the PGA Tour Champions.It would also give Langer 32 career senior victories. At a very youthful 59, he has a chance to surpass Hale Irwin’s long-considered unsurpassable career win record of 45.But as to the major record, there will be a dissenting voice, one familiar for its clipped syllables and fervent conviction. It will
http://www.lowvillegolf.com/single-post/2017/05/29/Gary-Player-insists-that-theyve-got-the-career-senior-major-count-all-wrong

Lexi Thompson defies demons, wins Kingsmill Championship in dominant fashion

At the Kingsmill Championship, there were no angry viewers writing in to ruin things for Lexi Thompson. The 22-year-old led by three stroke going into the final round at Kingsmill Resort’s River Course in Williamsburg, Va., and after a bogey-free 65 on Sunday, she won the title by a comfortable five strokes over In Gee Chun and nine strokes over third-place finisher Angela Stanford. In winning her eighth career LPGA title, Thompson’s victory was especially sweet in that it comes after she lost
http://www.lowvillegolf.com/single-post/2017/05/23/Lexi-Thompson-defies-demons-wins-Kingsmill-Championship-in-dominant-fashion

Ian Poulter blasts back at Brandel Chamblee after accusation he did not try to win Players Championship: ‘It’s clearly very easy sitting on your a***’

–  Ian Poulter finished second in the prestigious Players Championship –  It was a welcome return to form after a tough year for the Englishman –  But US TV analyst Brandel Chamblee was critical of his tactics in the final round –  Chamblee claimed ‘he clearly did not play to win… and he didn’t.’ There was a bitter twist at the end of Ian Poulter’s positive week at the Players Championship after he became involved in a row with a US TV analyst.The Golf Channel’s Brandel Chamblee accused
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The 11 Craziest Things About John Daly, Golf’s Real-Life ‘Wild Thing

Here’s why Daly has been golf’s most outrageous character for decades…Everyone’s favorite funny pants-wearing, cigarette-smoking, personal life-destroying golfer is back in the news this week. And no, John Daly is not dead. The 50-year-old known variously as “Wild Thing” and “Long John” recently appeared on the Dan Le Batard Show and told a story that began with him winning $55,000 at a casino and ended with him losing $55,000 out of a car window while fighting with his wife. I won like 55
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