Keep up to date with four-time major champion Brooks Koepka's schedule for the 2020 season with NCG

The Brooks Koepka 2020 schedule got off to a bit of a false start, but don’t rule him out of having another huge season on the PGA Tour and in the majors. If any changes are made to his plans, you will be able to read about them here.

Brooks Koepka 2020 schedule: Where has he played so far?

Brooks Koepka’s 2019-20 season got off to a bit of a false start at the beginning of the fall series when a missed cut at the Shriners Open was followed by a bizarre knee injury at the CJ Cup.

The injury did not heal in time for him to play in the Presidents Cup in December and he would not be seen in competition until 2020.

His form has been patchy at best, with just one top 10 as well as the frustration of being forced to pull out of the Travelers Championship after caddie Ricky Elliott tested positive for coronavirus.

Shriners Hospitals for Children Open (TPC Summerlin) MC
CJ Cup (The Club at Nine Bridges) WD
Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship (Abu Dhabi Golf Club) T34
Saudi International (Royal Greens G&CC) T17
Genesis Invitational (Riviera Golf Course) T43
Honda Classic (PGA National) MC 
Arnold Palmer Invitational (Bay Hill) T47
Charles Schwab Challenge (Colonial) T32
RBC Heritage (Harbour Town Golf Links) 7th
Travelers Championship (TPC River Highlands) WD
Workday Charity Open (Muirfield Village) MC
Memorial (Muirfield Village) T62
3M Open (TPC Twin Cities) MC
WGC-FedEx St Jude Invitational (TPC Southwind) T2
PGA Championship (Harding Park) T29
Wyndham Championship (Sedgefield) MC
The Northern Trust (TPC Boston) WD

Brooks Koepka 2020 schedule: Where is he playing next?

Koepka’s 2020 season is over after he withdrew from the Northern Trust.

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