Brooks Koepka: "I don't practice before regular golf tournaments"

Koepka reveals his incredible form at the majors is down to the fact he practices before them - and not regular PGA Tour events.

Brooks Koepka: "I don't practice before regular tournaments"
Brooks Koepka: "I don't practice before regular tournaments"


It's no secret Brooks Koepka fires himself up for the majors, and pretty much can't be a**** to even compete in PGA Tour tournaments these days.

Koepka made that point be known in front of the media at Royal Portrush on Tuesday, as the World No.1 goes in search of a first Open Championship win but incredibly a fifth major title in his last 10 major starts.

Watch his interview below...



"I just practice before the majors," said Koepka, who has four major wins to his name and just two regular PGA Tour victories at the 2015 Phoenix Open and the 2018 CJ Cup. 

"Regular tournaments I don't practice. If you see me on TV, that's when I play golf."

Brooks Koepka: I don't practice before regular golf tournaments

You only need to look at Koepka's recent results on Tour to realise he makes a valid point. 

Following his fourth career major and successful title defence at the US PGA Championship in May, the big-hitting American finished tied 50th in his next start at the Canadian Open.

He then went very close at the US Open with a solo second behind compatriot Gary Woodland, before finishing tied 57th the following week at the Travelers Championship and 65th in a relatively weak field at the 3M Open. 

Koepka lines up as the second favourite this week behind home favourite Rory McIlroy. 

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