Brooks Koepka, a renowned American professional golfer, has won numerous consistent titles in distinguished chief championships. Brooks Koepka was placed at the No. 1 position in Official World Golf Ranking, after the 2018 CJ Cup victory.
Brooks Koepka was born in Florida on May 3, 1990. He attended the Cardinal Newman High School for formal education.
Koepka’s brother Chase and his uncle Dick Groat are famous professional golfers too. He is a member of the Major League Baseball.
Brooks Kopeka and Jena Sims have been together since 2015, after crossing paths at a golf event. Jena Sims is also interested in golf.
In Koepka’s at the Florida State University, he won a position in three events. He finished his graduation in 2012, and from that moment on, he started his proficient career. He won his first title at the Challenge Tour in Europe.
In 2014, he was bestowed with the Rookie of the Year Award. After that, he won the consistent titles in US Open in 2017 and 2018. His career has taken off in the correct direction in the past few years and bagged the #4 rank in the Official World Rankings.
He triumphed in his first PGA event in 2015. In 2018, he suffered a serious wrist injury. This became the reason why he was given an 80% fitness certificate in the 2018 Masters Tournament. He recovered speedily and he went on to emerge victorious at the PGA championship.
In 2019, Brooks Koepka secured the PGA of America Player of the Year for the second time. He endured a knee injury after that, which steered him to retract his name from the 2019 President’s Cup.
Koepka shot a major-championship-record-tying 264 over 72 holes in the 2018 PGA Championship at Bellerive Country Club.
What is Brooks Koepka’s net worth?
Brooks Koepka’s assets are valued to be approximately $20 million. The chief means of his income is the prize money he won from the championships. Endorsements for brands Nike, Michelob Ultra etc also paid off well. He had also earned prize money estimated to be of €1.75 million. It all makes sense when one knows that his estimated success rate is of 92% in the tournaments.