Koepka gave it a trademark have a go at blasting out of the door with four birdies

Koepka gave it a trademark have a go at blasting out of the door with four birdies 


Streams Koepka realized the situation was anything but favorable for him in his chase for a third straight US Open title. 


All things considered, it had been a long time since Scottish foreigner Willie Anderson turned into the first - and still just - man to raise the trophy for three straight years, doing as such in 1903, '04 and '05. 


Koepka gave it a trademark attempt Sunday, blasting out of the door with four birdies in five openings in quest for Gary Woodland. 

Be that as it may, it was Woodland, a 35-year-old from Topeka, Kansas, praising his first real title on Sunday night as opposed to Koepka, likewise victor of a moment straight PGA Championship a month ago, commending a fifth. 

"It doesn't sting," said Koepka, who completed tied for second at the Masters in April too. "I played extraordinary. Nothing I could do. I gave it my everything. 

"I give it my everything unfailingly and some of the time, similar to this week - it occurred at Augusta - it's not intended to be. 

I played extraordinary. I hit each shot that I needed to. What's more, now and again regardless of how great your great is, it isn't there." After opening with a birdie, Koepka thought of a major standard spare at the second, where he was far appropriate off the tee and hit his second shot into the thick harsh shy of the green. 

He birdied the following three to pull inside one shot of the lead. 

"I thought, 'No doubt, we have a ball game now,'" Koepka said. 

Be that as it may, Koepka could never figure out how to get the lead, even after he stuck his methodology at 11 just 10 feet from the stick and made birdie. 

He came up short 12, and missed the fairway at the following three, sparing standard yet expecting to accomplish more to get Woodland. 

He gave it a shot at the standard five eighteenth, tearing his second shot to the short harsh behind the green in his chase for a hawk.

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