Brooks Koepka lifts the Wanamaker Trophy after winning the PGA Championship golf tournament at Bellerive Country Club, Sunday, Aug. 12, 2018, in St. Louis. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)
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Sitting on a couch watching the Masters on television with an injured left wrist, Brooks Koepka never dreamed he would win two majors this year, much less battle his boyhood idols. But the 28-year-old American did just that, defending his title at the U.S. Open in June and taking his third major crown Sunday at the PGA Championship by two strokes over Tiger Woods.To battle Woods and 2013 Masters winner Adam Scott, an Australian who took third, was a dream for Koepka, who idolized both in his youth.Woods was impressed with Koepka's skill.Scott sees how Koepka handles himself in the biggest moments.Koepka has won three majors in 14 months, the fastest such run since Ireland's Padraig Harrington took the 2007 British Open and 2008 British Open and PGA.Koepka was proudest of a 247-yard tee shot to six feet that set up a birdie at the par-3 16th hole.
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