Brooks Koepka, history maker or not? Reason Behind the Lose?


    Brooks wasn’t able to repeat the history by winning the fifth title at US open today, but Gary Woodland made his mark in the final round at Pebble Beach Golf Links.

    The excitement was rising every second in the game even though the weather was pretty amazing on the field of Pebble Beach Golf Links. We have witnessed such a fantastic game of both Brooks Koepka, who is one of the youngest players with the quality of making golf look somewhat effortless and natural.

    There was a close game between Brooks Koepka ( 1st in PGA tour) and Gary Woodland (25th in PGA tour). Justin Rose (4th in PGA) was a close competitor, however, at today’s US opens, G. woodland was leading at a 1st position with B. Koepka and J. Ross at 2nd and 3rd position respectively.

    Yesterday, Woodland fixed his place at US open finals with his 1 shot lead over Rose. His 69 beneath short was the headlines of the games. Woodland was very comfortable with his game. As the same time, after a 68 shot, Koepka was feeling good as it moved his to minus seven. He also said that if he makes a few more putts, he could be next to Gary and here with the leaderboard today he is near Gary.

    There was a close game between these players with Gary Woodland (-12), Brooks Koepka (-11) and Justin Rose(-8).

    Matt Wallace, who was playing with Brook, was intimidated with his game and also said that he is a solid player. As per him, he is the best players in the world of golf.

    But things seem to have changed, and the game ended making Woodland the new favorite with a 13-under par total of 271. Koepka was second with 10-under par total of 274.