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Brooks Koepka survived a late event to keep a PGA Championship by 2 shots, after starting a day 7 ahead. The win outlines his fourth vital in a final dual years.
Koepka, 29, went into a final turn with a seven-stroke lead during Bethpage Black over Dustin Johnson. He done spook on 4 true holes on a behind 9 permitting Johnson to tighten a opening to one stroke.
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Johnson birdied on No. 15, though strike back-to-back bogeys during 16 and 17 to revive Koepka’s three-shot cushion.
Koepka finished with a 4-over 74 to win by 2 strokes to win a PGA Championship for a second true year.
“I’m usually blissful we don’t have to play any some-more holes,” Koepka said. “That was a stressful turn of golf. I’m blissful to have this thing behind in my hands.”
Brooks Koepka, left, kisses his partner Jena Sims after winning a PGA Championship golf tournament. (AP)
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The 29-year-old joins Tiger Woods as a usually golfer to win a PGA in back-to-back years given a contest went to cadence play in 1958. Koepka has also won back-to-back U.S. Opens.
Johnson, a No. 1 actor in a universe rankings, shot 69. It’s a second true vital he’s finished as runner-up. Johnson, who was second to Woods during a Masters final month, has finished second in all 4 majors.
“I gave it a run,” Johnson said. “That’s all we can ask for.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.