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Brooks Koepka wasn’t giving up much. After all, what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas. But one thing the U.S. Open champion acknowledged was his golf clubs did not travel to Sin City in the aftermath of his June triumph at Erin Hills.
Aside from one round with his manager and another day for a photo shoot, Koepka did not pick up a golf club in the aftermath of his victory until arriving in the United Kingdom in advance of the British Open.
If that seems like too little time on the golf course preparing for the next major championship, well so be it. Koepka was going to enjoy the victory, and in his short professional career he’s figured out what works best for him, too.
In his first competitive round following the U.S. Open victory, Koepka did fire off an eagle, four birdies, and just a single bogey during the first day of the Open at Royal Birkdale, tying eventual champion Jordan Spieth for the lead.
That meant breaking par in seven straight major championship rounds and acting like a guy who expected nothing less.