He twirls, and spins, and hops on one leg. It all looks delightfully performative. But there's a more functional reason for his actions: mind control.
The formerly undisputed best putter in the world is back with the smooth roll timing that every stroke needs—and he's sharing his secrets.
In a radio interview Tuesday, Koepka dished on Reed's Ryder Cup drama, his "fight" with DJ, slow play on Tour and much more.
Scrutiny on Garcia's conduct has hit new levels after a bunker meltdown and controversial DQ in Saudi Arabia over the weekend.
"I mean, I've never been in a group that had worse momentum," Justin Thomas said after the final round in Phoenix. "I have never seen that happen."
The PXGs, which belonged to Diamondbacks pitcher Archie Bradley, went missing from TPC Scottsdale and were later found for sale online.
As it turns out, Saturday's now-infamous greens incident wasn't the only time during the week that Sergio Garcia lost his cool.
The Super Bowl announcing tandem of Tony Romo and Jim Nantz have been through a lot together.
20 years after a group of fans helped Tiger Woods move a boulder at the Phoenix Open, Brooks Koepka got the same treatment in Saudi Arabia.
The settlement resolved a patent infringement lawsuit filed on behalf of PXG against TaylorMade regarding the design of its irons.