The astonishing numbers behind Koepka's major dominance
He’s claimed his fourth major title and is racking up some impressive numbers in the process. We all love a record-breaker, so let’s take a closer look at the Brooks Koepka career stats…
Brooks Koepka career stats: Major championships
It’s fair to say that Koepka is the man for the big occasion. He brings his best stuff and enters another level when it comes to the majors.
After beginning his major championship career with two missed cuts – at the 2012 US Open and 2013 Open Championship – Koepka’s record reads was not too shabby until that breakthrough at the 2017 US Open.
2012: MC (US Open)
2013: MC (Open), T70 (PGA)
2014: T4 (US Open), T67 (Open), T15 (PGA)
2015: T33 (Masters), T18 (US Open), T10 (Open), T5 (PGA)
2016: T21 (Masters), T13 (US Open), T4 (PGA)
2017: T11 (Masters), 1 (US Open), T6 (Open), T13 (PGA)
2018: 1 (US Open), T39 (Open), 1 (PGA)
2019: T2 (Masters), 1 (PGA)
His remarkable performance at Bethpage means he has won half of the last eight major championships he has entered.
Brooks Koepka career stats: Major championship records
…75-under-par in major championships since 2016.
…the first player to hold two back-to-back majors at the same time.
…the first player to win first four majors in 2 years or less.
…the first player to win the PGA Championship and US Open in consecutive years.
…the first player since Tiger woods in 2000/2001 to win three out of five majors.
…the first player to win four majors out of eight.
…the record for the lowest 36- and 54-hole lead in PGA Championship history (seven strokes in 2019).
…the lowest 36-hole total par in PGA Championship history (12-under-par in 2019).
…the lowest 36-hole total score across all majors (128 strokes at the 2019 PGA Championship)
Brooks Koepka career stats: Earnings
PGA Tour earnings: $26,563,929
Major championship earnings: $11,797,630
European Tour earnings: $14,957,211
Challenge Tour earnings: $162,398
Koepka has recently stated that he believes he can get to double-figures in major wins. Who would bet against that?