A JP McManus Pro-Am debut awaits for Koepka, who emerged from the Challenge Tour and European Tour in 2015 to land the Waste Management Phoenix Open on his side of the pond. That was merely a taste of what was to come from the 32-year-old, whose huge distance off the tee and superb all-round game have seen him become one of the dominant players in the men’s game over the past five years.
After winning his maiden Major title at the 2017 US Open, Koepka went up another level in 2018 and a second US Open, a PGA Championship and the 2019 PGA Championship were added to his trophy cabinet. Indeed, Koepka’s 2018 US Open – USPGA Championship ‘double’ was the first since Tiger Woods in 2000, while that 2019 triumph in Bethpage saw Koepka become the first golfer in history to hold back-to-back titles in two Majors simultaneously. 2021 saw a second place finish at the PGA Championship, two shots behind eventual winner Phil Mickelson, and a strong performance as a key part of the US Ryder Cup winning team at Whistling Straits.