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Brooks Koepka won the 2019 WGC-FedEx St.Jude

Brooks Koepka won the 2019 WGC-FedEx St.Jude

World's number one Golfer Brooks Koepka scored a total of -16, to first crowned at a World Golf Championships event.

Round four @WGC-FedEx St.Jude@ Invitational witnessed Brooks Koepka and Rory McIlroy for the first time on the last day, when two number one golfers and three world players held the top two positions. McIlroy took the advantage of one stroke, but Koepka was the better one to win the $ 1.7 million prize for the champion.

Brooks Koepka pointed to TPC Southwind, Memphis 45 minutes before tee-off time, but soon dismissed concerns about poor preparation. While McIlroy won par in all nine holes, Koepka added three birdies after the last half and created a two-goal gap with his main opponent. The world number one Golfer has two more birdies in the second half of the bogey-free round, to get -5 points and -16 points total.

That's enough for Koepka to be crowned at the World Golf Championships event for the first time. McIlroy bogey twice and only finished the tournament with -11. Northern Ireland Golfer even turned out of the top three, ranking under Webb Simpson (-13) and Marc Leishman (-12).

Brooks Koepka is currently the best golf player of the season, with three titles, including a major. Six of the seven PGA Tour champions of the golfers are holding the top of the FedEx Cup table in the last two years. In last week's tournament, Koepka bogey was at least, with only three times the tournament.

"What happened in the past two years is special," Koepka said. "I have created many good opportunities for myself, but I have never played well at FedEx Cup playoffs. This year, I am well prepared, and hope a week of rest will help me, before I enter the stage. key season of the season".