Brooks Koepka stormed into the lead at the Masters then warned his rivals that he is back in the form that saw him win four major titles and rise to the top of the sport.
Koepka looked confident and in control as he marched to a five-under par 67 at Augusta National to follow up his opening round 65 and lead the field.
With a large crowd following him up to the 18th hole, where he was warmly applauded after narrowly missing a birdie putt, it certainly felt like the old Koepka was back.
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“I feel really good,” he said. “I like the way I’m swinging the golf club, putting it, chipping it, driving it, iron play is solid. It feels really similar.”
The 32-year-old Floridian won his two US Open and pair of PGA Championship titles in a two-year spell between 2017 and 2019…