Brooks Koepka wins on PGA Tour are the WM Phoenix Open (2015), US Open (2017), PGA Championship (2018), CJ Cup (2018) and WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational (2019).

Out of the nine PGA Tour wins in his career, he has been able to win five major championships. He has won two US Open titles and three PGA Championships and will surely win more in the future.

Brooks Koepka was among the 18 LIV golfers in the Masters Tournament in 2023. He finished tied for second at the major event alongside Phil Mickelson.

Koepka has had a very successful career while on the PGA Tour even though it was plagued by several injuries. In a short span, he won multiple titles in addition to the cash prizes.

The 33-year-old golfer from Jupiter, Florida, has been named the PGA Player of the Year in 2018 and 2019. He was also named the PGA Tour Player of the Year for the 2017-18 season.

Brooks Koepka Career Earnings

Waste Management Phoenix Open (2015)$1.134 million
US Open (2017)$2.16 million
US Open (2018)$2.16 million
PGA Championship (2018)$1.98 million
CJ Cup (2018)$1.71 million
PGA Championship (2019)$1.98 million
WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational (2019)$1.745 million
Waste Management Phoenix Open (2021)$1.316 million
PGA Championship (2023)$3.15 million

Waste Management Phoenix Open - 2015

Among the nine Brooks Koepka PGA Tour wins in his career, the Waste Management Phoenix Open win in 2015 was his first. He won $1.134 million as prize money.

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Koepka had just earned his PGA Tour card for the 2014-2015 season after finishing fourth at the 2014 US Open. He was edging closer and closer to his first win at a PGA Tour event having performed well in the previous events.

The WM Phoenix Open which was hosted by the TPC Scottsdale in Arizona had a field of 132 players for the event that was held from January 29 to February 1. The par-71 course has also been home to the event since 1987.

Round 1: 71

Round 2: 68

Round 3: 64

Round 4: 66

Winning Score: 15-under 269

Kopeka did not have the greatest of starts as he was at par in the very first round. He improved his scores in the next three rounds which won him his first-ever PGA Tour event and also a handsome winner' share from the purse.

Koepka had his best performance in the third round which was the turning point of the event. Koepka beat Bubba Watson, Ryan Palmer, and Hideki Matsuyama by a single stroke with the three finishing as runners-up.

US Open - 2017

Brooks Koepka major wins recorded in his career are 5 out of his nine PGA Tour wins. The US Open win in 2017 was his first major and his second win on tour.

After his first win in 2015, Koepka had to wait for quite a while to grab his second win on tour. The 2017 US Open was held from June 15-18 at the Erin Hills golf course in Erin, Wisconsin. The major tournament had a field of 156 players battling for the $12 million purse.

Round 1: 67

Round 2: 70

Round 3: 68

Round 4: 67

Winning Score: 16-under 272

June 15 was the date for the first round and Rickie Fowler stole the show by shooting a brilliant 7-under to end the round at the top. Kopeka shot a 5-under to be tied fourth at the end of the round.

Koepka's final score of 16-under par and Rory Mcllroy's 16-under in 2011 was now the tied tournament scoring record. The record still stands to date and is one of the best scores in a major tournament.

US Open - 2018

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Koepka's second major win came the following year and his first win in almost a year. He had missed most of the season due to injury and was back to full fitness to defend his US Open title.

The 2018 US Open was his third win on the PGA Tour and his second major title. He became the first golfer after Curtis Strange (1988, 1989) to successfully defend their US Open title.

The major event was held at Shinnecock Hills Golf Club in Shinnecock Hills, New York, and was a par-70 golf course. The purse was once again set at $12 million and a field of 156 players.

Round 1: 75

Round 2: 66

Round 3: 72

Round 4: 68

Winning Score: 1-over 281

Koepka was able to defend his title successfully with a brilliant 4-under par in the second round. Tommy Fleetwood finished second and Dustin Johnson finished third with 2-over par and 3-over par final scores respectively.

Johnson had been leading the first three rounds and Koepka was in the game only after the second round. His win made him the seventh golfer to win the US Open consecutively.

PGA Championship - 2018

The year 2018 was a very successful year for Brooks Koepka. After winning the US Open in June, he followed it up with a PGA Championship victory on August 12.

This was his fourth overall win on the tour and his third straight major title. Koepka was turning out to become a big-game golfer who loved winning the biggest events.

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The par-70 Bellerive Country Club in Town and Country, Missouri, hosted the historic 100th edition of the PGA Championship in 2018. A total of 156 players were playing to win the major event.

Round 1: 69

Round 2: 63

Round 3: 66

Round 4: 66

Winning Score: 16-under 264

Gary Woodland was leading the first two rounds with a brilliant 6-under par in the first round and Koepka was third by the end of the second round and was leading going into the final round.

Koepka shot 66 in the third and final round to edge past Tiger Woods and win the tournament. He beat the legendary golfer by two strokes and Adam Scott finished third.

CJ Cup - 2018

The 2018 CJ Cup was held at the Nine Bridges Golf Club in Jeju Island, South Korea from October 17-21. The golf course was a par-72 course and had a purse of $9,500,000 for the event.

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The tournament was the third official tournament of the 2018-2019 season and Justin Thomas was the defending champion. This would be Kopeka's fifth PGA Tour win of his career.

Round 1: 71

Round 2: 65

Round 3: 67

Round 4: 64

Winning Score: 21-under 267

After a mediocre start in the first round, Koepka's next three rounds were one of the best rounds of golf. He was 4 strokes ahead of second-place finisher Gary Woodland.

After claiming his fifth win on tour, he was ranked as the #1 golfer in the OWGR where he stayed at the summit for 47 consecutive weeks.

PGA Championship - 2019

The win on 19 May 2019 was his fourth major title, his sixth win on the PGA Tour, and his second PGA Championship title. Koepka was regularly winning tournaments starting from 2017.

The 2019 PGA Championship was hosted by the Black Course in Bethpage State Park, Farmingdale, New York, from May 16-19 and Koepka was the defending champion. This was the first time the major tournament was not played in the month of August after the change in schedule of the PGA Tour.

Round 1: 63

Round 2: 65

Round 3: 70

Round 4: 74

Winning Score: 8-under 272

Brooks Koepka went on to win his fourth major by a two-stroke margin of victory over Dustin Johnson and his second major title defense set a few other records as well.

  • First to defend both US Open and PGA Championship
  • Fourth to defend two different majors
  • Only player to win at least four majors before turning 30

WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational - 2019

The WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational was the fourth World Golf Championship event of the 2018-2019 season held at TPC Southwind, Memphis, Tennessee. It was scheduled for July 25-28.

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The win over Webb Simpson on July 28 would be Koepka's seventh win on the PGA Tour and the first WGC event win of his career. The course was par-70 and had a field of 63 players.

Round 1: 68

Round 2: 67

Round 3: 64

Round 4: 65

Winning Score: 16-under 264

Rory Mcllroy was the favorite to win the tournament as he started the final round at the top with a score of 12-under 198 and was ahead of Koepka by a stroke. Mcllroy shot 71 in the final round and Koepka shot an excellent 65 to take home the victory.

Koepka won the WGC Invitational tournament by three strokes over Simpson. Marc Leishman finished third trailing by a single stroke. Matt Fitzpatrick, Tommy Fleetwood, and Mcllroy were all tied for fourth.

Waste Management Phoenix Open - 2021

Brooks Koepka grabbed his second WM Phoenix Open title on February 7 at the TPC Scottsdale (Stadium Course) in Arizona. This was his eighth win on the PGA Tour.

Round 1: 68

Round 2: 66

Round 3: 66

Round 4: 65

Winning Score: 19-under 265

Koepka, Lee Kyouong-hoon, and Xander Schauffele were head-to-head at the end of the third round. The final round would be the ultimate decider for the winner and Koepka played his best round when it mattered.

Lee and Schauffele scored 68 and 71 respectively to finish tied for second and lose the tournament by a single stroke to give Koepka a win on the tour after nearly two years.

PGA Championship - 2023

Brooks Koepka last win on the PGA Tour came on 21 May 2023 when he won his third PGA Championship. The major championship was also his ninth win on tour.

Brooks Koepka is currently playing in LIV Golf which he joined in June 2022 and has a four year contract running through the end of the 2025 season. As a result, he was suspended by the PGA Tour and won his first tournament in LIV Golf in October.

He became the first LIV golfer to win a major championship when he won the PGA Championship in 2023. The tournament was held at the Oak Hill Country Club (East Course) from May 18-21.

Round 1: 72

Round 2: 66

Round 3: 66

Round 4: 67

Winning Score: 9-under 271

Koepka started by shooting 72 which was 2-over par and needed his next three rounds to be the best and so he did. His next three rounds were brilliant and composed and went on to win his fifth major title by beating Viktor Hovland and Scottie Scheffler by two strokes.