It wasn’t that long ago that Brooks Koepka seemingly came out of nowhere to briefly dominate the major championship scene over a period of two years, having won four of golf’s most prestigious titles. Then, he basically disappeared from contention. That is, until he gave Jon Rahm a huge tussle at this year’s Masters and finally winning once again at the PGA Championship.

Koepka had to overcome a series of injuries, mainly to his knee, that limited his ability to play great golf. The interesting thing about Koepka is his ability to win major championships while being somewhat of much more ordinary player in non-major events. This certainly goes to the power of the mind to achieve greatness when one puts their mind to it.

Koepka has now entered the realm of all-time greats, as only 19 other men have won five or more major championships. He has the same number of majors as Seve Ballesteros, for example, and more than some of the legends of the game, including Raymond Floyd. Now that Koepka is healthy, the only question is how many more majors will he win before he’s done.

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