Brooks Koepka led from start to finish at the PGA Championship this week, dominating the tournament and making it a formality for the entirety of the weekend, if not longer than that, in the process. But it wasn’t the formality it seemed to be for a few moments on Sunday as he came back to the field by shooting a +4 74 to give his competition a chance.
Still yet, he had built such a strong lead that Dustin Johnson, just -1 for the day, was unable to surpass him and still ended up two strokes back. It’s an historic achievement for Koepka, who has now won four of the last eight majors. At this rate, has their ever been a more dominant player when the bright lights are on in a short period?