Brooks Koepka warmed up for next week’s Masters with the second LIV Golf title of his career on Sunday after clinching a two-shot victory in the upstart circuit’s Orlando event.
Four-time major champion Koepka, one of the biggest names to defect from the PGA Tour to the Saudi Arabia-backed circuit last year, fired a closing three-under 68 to claim the win at Orlando’s Orange County National Course.
The 32-year-old American rattled in four birdies and one bogey to finish on 15 under and pocket the $4 million (A$6m) winner’s prize – $1.3 million (A$1.95m) more than the winner of next week’s first major of 2023 at Augusta will receive.
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