• Rory Mcilroy (7)

  • Jordan Spieth (7)

  • Jason Day (6)

  • Daniel Berger (6)

  • Emiliano Grillo (5)

  • Phil Mickelson (5)

  • Rickie Fowler (5)

  • Dustin Johnson (5)

  • Paul Casey (4)

  • Kevin Na (4)

  • Bubba Watson (4)

  • Bernd Wiesberger (4)

  • Scott Piercy (4)

  • Andy Sullivan (4)

  • Alexander Noren (4)

  • Jim Furyk (4)

  • Branden Grace (4)

  • Lee Westwood (3)

  • Byeong-Hun An (3)

  • Shane Lowry (3)

  • Brooks Koepka (3)

  • Tyrrell Hatton (2)

  • Bill Haas (2)

  • Patrick Reed (2)

  • Jimmy Walker (2)

  • Francesco Molinari (2)

  • Sergio Garcia (2)

  • Rafa Cabrera-Bello (2)

  • Soren Kjeldsen (2)

  • Justin Rose (2)

  • Gary Woodland (2)

  • Kevin Kisner (2)

  • Henrik Stenson (2)

  • Adam Scott (2)

  • Matthew Fitzpatrick (1)

  • Brandt Snedeker (1)

  • Chris Wood (1)

  • Zach Johnson (1)

  • Yuta Ikeda (1)

  • J.B. Holmes (1)

  • Matt Kuchar (1)

  • Russell Knox (1)

  • Justin Thomas (1)

  • Danny Willett (1)

Can Brooks Koepka get to double-digit majors? Should we worry about Tiger, or was last week simply a blip? We ask our experts the big questions from the PGA Championship.

 

This wasn't the easy win he -- everyone? -- expected. Still, that's four wins in eight majors. And all Sunday at the PGA Championship did was convince Brooks Koepka more are coming.

 

This wasn't a collapse like some others, but it was another near miss in a major for a player who should have won more than one of these.

 

This wasn't the easy win he -- everyone? -- expected. Still, that's four wins in eight majors. And all Sunday at the PGA did was convince Brooks Koepka more are coming.

 

Brooks Koepka opened at 6-1 at Caesars sportsbook to capture next month's U.S. Open at Pebble Beach Golf Links.

 

Brooks Koepka finished with a 4-over 74 Sunday to win the PGA Championship by two strokes over Dustin Johnson. Koepka claimed his fourth major title with the victory.

 

He came here, looked at Bethpage and thought he was going to have a hard time breaking 80. Now he is tied for second, making friends and signing autographs with four letters instead of 15.

 

He came here, looked at Bethpage and thought he was going to have a hard time breaking 80. He's tied for second, making friends and signing autographs with four letters instead of 15.

 

You're tempted to give up, right? Because Brooks Koepka is winning in a blowout. But from his dominance to Masters invitations to loud fans at Bethpage, there's still plenty more to see here.

 
 

Truth be told, Tiger Woods isn't all that disappointed he's not playing the weekend at the PGA Championship. After all, as he reminds, he's still the reigning Masters champion.

 
 
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