Koepka plotting more major glory
Brooks Koepka has his sights set on another US Open crown after landing the US PGA Championship.
Koepka won his first major at the US Open in 2017 and successfully defended the title the following year, as well as landing the US PGA Championship.
The 29-year-old finished in a tie for second at The Masters before claiming back-to-back PGA titles and he is eager to maintain his good run in the major events by picking up another US Open crown.
"Phenomenal. I think that's a good word," said Koepka when asked to sum up his recent form in the majors, as reported by The Portugal News.
"Yeah, it's been a hell of a run. It's been fun. I'm trying not to let it stop.
"It's super enjoyable and I'll just try to ride that momentum going into Pebble [Beach, venue for this year's US Open]. I mean four of eight [majors], I like the way that sounds."
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