American star Koepka has won five career Majors, and became the first active LIV Golf League member to hoist a major trophy at the 2023 PGA Championship. He was also the first golfer to win consecutive titles in two Majors simultaneously, claiming the U.S. Open in 2017 and 2018 as well as the PGA Championship in 2018 and 2019. Koepka won the 2023 LIV Golf Orlando title in addition to the 2022 LIV Golf Invitational in Jeddah. His 8-under 62 in the first round in Jeddah tied for the lowest score in LIV Golf’s inaugural season. Koepka became world No.1 in 2018 and stayed at the top for 47 weeks. The Smash GC captain is a fan favorite and a dominant force in the world of golf.
Became the first LIV Golf League member to hoist a major trophy since LIV Golf's inception at the 2023 PGA Championship, his third PGA title and fifth career major at Oak Hill, topping the field by two shots.
Became the first two-time individual winner in LIV Golf history after his one-shot victory over Sebastián Muñoz at the 2023 LIV Golf Orlando event.
Winner of 17 tournaments worldwide, including four majors, the 2023 LIV Golf Orlando event and the 2022 LIV Golf Invitational Jeddah.
Won in Jeddah by beating Smash GC teammate Peter Uihlein with a birdie on the third playoff hole.
Shot 8-under 62 in first round in Jeddah, tying for lowest score in LIV Golf's inaugural season.
Won U.S. Open in 2017 and 2018 and PGA Championship in 2018 and 2019, becoming first golfer to win consecutive titles in two majors simultaneously.
First golfer to win consecutive U.S. Opens since 1989.
First golfer to win consecutive PGA Championships since 2007.
Fifth golfer to win U.S. Open and PGA Championship in same year.
Tied major championship low score of 264 over 72 holes in winning 2018 PGA Championship at Bellerive.
Made the cut in 24 consecutive major starts from 2013-20.
Moved to world No. 1 in October 2018. Ranked No. 1 for 47 weeks.
Has won multiple player of the year awards.
Three-time All-America golfer at Florida State University.
Older brother of LIV Golf member Chase Koepka.
2017 U.S. Open – Matched the lowest total posted in the U.S. Open with a 16-under total, winning by four strokes at Erin Hills … Started the final round one stroke behind but birdied his first two holes … Pulled away with three consecutive birdies on the back nine to shoot a 5-under 67 … Said Koepka: “That's probably the most emotion I've ever showed coming down the stretch. I mean, it feels amazing to get my name on this trophy with so many other great names. It's truly an honor.”
2018 U.S. Open – Became just the third player to successfully defend a U.S. Open, joining Ben Hogan (1951) and Curtis Strange (1989) … Shot a final-round 68 to finish at 1 over, winning by one stroke at Shinnecock Hills … His second-round 66 brought him back into the tournament after an opening 75 … Said Koepka: “To be honest with you, probably couldn't have dreamed of it in my wildest dreams. I'm at a loss for words right now, but it's really incredible. I mean, I couldn't be happier. We grinded our tail off this week to come back from 7-over and do what we did. It was pretty special.”
2018 PGA Championship – Won his second major of the year at 16 under, two strokes ahead of Tiger Woods … His aggregate 264 total at Bellerive set a tournament record … Followed his second-round 63 with a 66 to take a two-shot lead entering the final round … Became just the fifth American player to win three majors before the age of 29, joining Woods, Jack Nicklaus, Tom Watson and Jordan Spieth … Said Koepka: “I have a lot of self belief. I knew, even today, when everybody was making that charge, if I just hung in there, made one more shot, one good shot at a time, kept it rolling, I knew I was going to have a chance to kind of separate myself maybe a little bit.”
2019 PGA Championship – Became the first player to successfully defend both the PGA Championship and U.S. Open and the fourth to successfully defend two different majors in a career … Opened with a 7-under 63, followed with a 65 and went wire-to-wire at Bethpage Black … His 8-under total gave him a two-stroke win over Dustin Johnson … Said Koepka: “To be standing here today with four majors, it's mind-blowing.”
2023 PGA Championship – Koepka won his third PGA Championship title and became the first LIV Golf League member to hoist a major trophy since LIV Golf's inception at Oak Hill. Became the seventh male golfer since 1950 to win five majors before the age of 34, joining Arnold Palmer, Gary Player, Tom Watson, Seve Ballesteros, Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods.
STARTS AND FINISHES
Best finish: 2nd (2019, 2023)
Top 10s: 3
Cuts made: 3
Best finish: Win (2018, 2019, 2023)
Top 10s: 6
Cuts made: 11
Best finish: Win (2017, 2018)
Top 10s: 5
Cuts made: 8
Best finish: 4th (2019)
Top 10s: 4
Cuts made: 6
RYDER CUP HISTORY (Team USA)
Appearances (3): 2016, 2018, 2021
Record (wins, losses, halves): 6-5-1
Total matches: 12
Singles (W-L-H): 2-0-1
Foursomes (W-L-H): 2-2-0
Four-balls (W-L-H): 2-3-0