For the second time in as many years, an American has been named the Sir Henry Cotton European Tour Rookie of the Year. Brooks Koepka, the winner of the Turkish Airlines Open, won the 2014 award.
When Brooks Koepka talked about his goals after his first career win on the European Tour, they consisted mainly of earning spots on the Ryder Cup and Presidents Cups teams in 2015 and 2016.
Brooks Koepka climbed to 35th in the Official World Golf Ranking after his victory at the Turkish Airlines Open.
The final round of the Turkish Airlines Open turned into an Old West-style shootout on Sunday with American Brooks Koepka posted a bogey-free 7-under 65 to win his first European Tour event over Englishman Ian Poulter at The Montgomerie Course Maxx Royal.
Ben Martin shot a 62 on Saturday at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open, seizing the 54-hole lead.
While Martin Laird tops the leaderboard after two rounds of the Frys.com Open, it was Jarrod Lyle's made cut that highlighted Friday's play at Silverado Country Club.
Graeme Storm aces No. 11 en route to seizing the lead through three rounds at the European Tour's Omega European Masters.
Richie Ramsay is going low in the Alps, leading the European Tour's Omega European Masters at 12 under through 36 holes.
Tom Watson may have made his three captain's picks in the same studio where the comedy "Saturday Night Live" is shot, but that was only coincidence as the picks were neither funny nor surprising.
Brooks Koepka made nine birdies Saturday at Valhalla to card 5-under 66 in the third round of the PGA Championship and put himself in position for another solid major finish.
Brooks Koepka displays incredible distance off the tee, and that proved to be key Thursday at the Open Championship as the Florida State product overpowered Royal Liverpool's par 5s en route to a 4-under 68.
Adam Scott tops our senior writers' picks to win the 2014 British Open, with Jordan Spieth and Paul Casey also earning multiple mentions as contenders at Royal Liverpool. See who else is expected to contend.
By Sunday evening, the competition in the 114th U.S. Open suddenly seemed pleased to discover that runaway winner Martin Kaymer had left them a few morsels to enjoy at Pinehurst.
Brooks Koepka knew, standing on the 18th green Sunday at Pinehurst, that his performance had just changed his life -- securing his PGA Tour card and spot the 2015 U.S. Open. He didn't know the birdie he'd make would land him in the Masters.
Brooks Koepka needed only 27 putts on Friday at Pinehurst, carding a 2-under 68 and vaulting well up the leaderboard heading into the weekend.
Brooks Koepka's tie for 21st at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans earned the former Florida State standout special temporary status on the PGA Tour.
The Arnold Palmer Invitational picked a broad spectrum of players from major-championship winners such as Retief Goosen, Padraig Harrington, Trevor Immelman and Lee Janzen to up-and-comers such as Brooks Koepka and Peter Uihlein for its sponsor exemptions.
Rory McIlroy, Charl Schwartzel and Brooks Koepka are three names mentioned often among the expert picks to win or contend at this week's Honda Classic on PGA Tour. Conspicuously absent? Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson.
Monday was the cutoff for those looking to qualify for the WGC-Accenture Match Play and it's Kiradech Aphibarnrat, at 67th in the world, as the last man in and Brooks Koepka as the first out.
Brooks Koepka will get his first chance to play a round of golf with Rory McIlroy, and it will arguably come on the biggest stage of his young career. Take a look at the Round 3 tee times and pairings in Dubai.