Brooks Koepka wins The CJ Cup, and now becomes #1 in the World.
Brooks fired a final round -8 under par 64 to win The CJ Cup at Nine Bridges in South Korea with a -21 under par total, a four shot winning margin, and it elevates him to number one on the World Rankings;
“Everything I’ve done this year it’s been working. So I don’t want to change anything.”
“I’m not somebody who’s going to panic if things go the wrong way.”
“I felt like the one at 15 was quite big with Gary making a charge.”
“Just keep improving. “I’m so excited right now, you have no idea. I can’t wait to go play again.”
Gary Woodland was second, he tried to make a contest of it by carding a last round -9 under 63, but he was still four shots adrift of the leader at -17 under.
Ryan Palmer was even lower today, -10 under par 62, it gave him a -15 under total and a share of third place with Rafa Cabrera Bello, Spain, who signed for a final round -7 under 65.
Get in the Hole
A Putting Manual E-Book
Click on the Book to Buy