Saturday 24th June, 2017
Koepka settled for a tap-in par, but that didn't matter. He earned $2.16 million, his nation's championship and the comfort of knowing the far-flung trips to Kenya and Kazakhstan and India and beyond are all in the rearview mirror. "To get to travel the world at 22, 21 years old, and do what you do for a living is pretty neat," Koepka said. "I'll go anywhere. ... I think it helped me grow up a little bit and really figure out that, hey, play golf, get it done, and then you can really take this somewhere. And I built a lot of confidence off of that." His confidence in the final round came...
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