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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 300
believe that is one of the best years any golfer has ever had.” Indeed, Koepka exemplifies just about everything you look for in major champions. He is powerful, he has good touch around the greens and his putting stroke is as reliable as any of the ‘bombers’ out there. But his mental game is perhaps his strongest weapon. When Koepka is contention he seems to get the job done more often than not, much like the man he denied at Bellerive. Tiger Woods had captured eight major titles by the time he was Koepka’s age – and he has done plenty to suggest he will add to his haul before he retires. The 42-year-old finished tied-sixth and runner-up at the final two majors of 2018. But even if the Big Cat does rediscover major glory, there is an argument that Koepka could chase him down and even surpass him. The argument begins with his history at the majors. Yes, he has won three titles in his last six starts. But he has also made 18 straight cuts and posted three further top-five finishes. He appears unshakable on the game’s biggest COVER STORY SUBSCRIBE TODAY valued at $998 each! for your chance to WIN 1 of 4 Victa 82V prize packs I’ve won three of the last six (majors) I’ve played in, so I guess (my game) suits the majors. – BROOKS KOEPKA
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