Brooks Koepka: Every shot in record 63 in first round at 2019 PGA Championship

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  • Patronising commentators Watched this with the sound off

    Geoff JonesGeoff Jones2 giorni fa
  • meh... not my guy. good player but not it. hes a straight machine and that power is real. but just not that likeable and other players have better all around game swing/techniqu

    tatt oo stickertatt oo sticker20 giorni fa
  • The next great 🔥

    Cade CaughmanCade Caughman24 giorni fa
  • Lucky putts on the first and last holes with 4 missed putts under 15 feet in between. He could've shot 59 without any hole-outs.

    Chris HansenChris Hansen24 giorni fa
  • Don’t know why they call it a record score when it is 63 on a par 70. 33 golfers have scored 63s and some have been 8 and 9 under, on par 71 and 72 courses, still amazing though

    mike jonesmike jones25 giorni fa
    • Oops, course record I just realised 🤭

      mike jonesmike jones25 giorni fa
  • the barely misses would've put him under 10...

    Frank HernandezFrank Hernandez26 giorni fa
  • Such a sweet stroke...

    TallahassZ RemingtonTallahassZ Remington26 giorni fa
  • Ev ree bod ee wants to choke the pga

    Nugget DoozyNugget Doozy27 giorni fa
  • Is that SVP announcing?

    Michael SeminatoreMichael Seminatore27 giorni fa
  • Brooks strikes the ball pure every time. Hell of a feat for a guy that swings for the fence. If my shot sounds like that once a round, I’m pumped

    Rich Moore PhotoRich Moore Photo27 giorni fa
  • Tiger who?

    Bootus the ClownBootus the Clown27 giorni fa
  • Which came first ,The golf course or the airport ?

    David HammondDavid Hammond27 giorni fa
  • if Americans would just just shut up

    Don CarbonDon Carbon27 giorni fa
  • Scary thing is he missed 2 fairways horribly. And missed at least two easily makable birdies

    Carter BowlesCarter Bowles27 giorni fa
  • A machine

    Bob GriffithBob Griffith27 giorni fa
  • Tiger Woods isn’t in it , u see how much less ppl care lol golf is lame

    Jim GoggJim Gogg28 giorni fa
    • Haha he is back on his yacht fucking his ugly ass girlfriend

      Ricky RickRicky Rick27 giorni fa
  • fucks wrong with this camera guy

    streezusstreezus28 giorni fa
  • Amazing that Brook's win rate in regular events is not higher he simply overpowers difficult courses which + his mental strength is why, like Tiger, he is so unbeatable in the Majors.

    Michael AmechiMichael Amechi28 giorni fa
  • What a round this could have been if he made a few more 10 footers. He is just dominating the tournament. 🏆🏌

    Riley LewisRiley Lewis28 giorni fa
  • Don't let this distract you that I almost shot under 100 last sat.

    Tom PiscitelliTom Piscitelli28 giorni fa
  • meh... not my guy. good player but not it. hes a straight machine and that power is real. but just not that likeable and other players have better all around game swing/technique

    Marc-André DandenaultMarc-André Dandenault28 giorni fa
  • Not what I expected the 63 would look like. Great content... saved me hours.

    swampThaangswampThaang28 giorni fa
  • For years, while Tiger was suffering with injury after injury...and losing his 17 girlfriends....there was this talk of Tiger can't keep up with these "YOUNG" guys crap--R.Fowler, Jason Day, Spieth, McLroy, DJ.... It was never true; Tiger's injuries, and his bad play in comparison could make a Web.com tour player look awesome. The dude couldn't even chip. Now, on this day of May 16, 2019...Brooks Koepka stepped up and played in a way that truly makes the statement: Tiger you're still good...but not THIS good. Just like Tiger did to all the others during his run. Koepka is not Tiger...he won't have 80+ wins on tour just for starters. But he officially has everyone chasing his tail on these Majors for a foreseeable future...including Tiger. Tiger isn't done...I still hope he can win more Majors. But he's no longer The Man out there...that's Brooks.

    wreckimwreckim28 giorni fa
  • Best player in the world right now and has been for the past couple of years.

    Ian BuchananIan Buchanan28 giorni fa
  • Many thanks for sharing this tremendous round

    Floyd MaxwellFloyd Maxwell28 giorni fa
  • The Clint Eastwood of golf

    Angel MatosAngel Matos28 giorni fa
  • now we are talking

    Lashorna WashingtonLashorna Washington28 giorni fa
  • Too few shots to watch. At least with Tiger you get to see more shots.

    Vlad SandersVlad Sanders28 giorni fa
    • Vlad Sanders we had a guy at our club who always talked about every shot, we always hoped he had a great round....less shots to talk about!

      mike jonesmike jones25 giorni fa
  • Brooks Koepka is demystifying the toughness of Bethpage Black, by overpowering it. This dude's gonna win it by a double digit margin shots. Who wants to bet??

    Joe EtoundiJoe Etoundi28 giorni fa
  • An excellent if not somewhat emotion/personality free round.

    deldridgdeldridg28 giorni fa
  • coulda shot sub-60... just wow.

    Indanek WafflesIndanek Waffles28 giorni fa
  • #38 on trending street

    Eric CartmanEric Cartman28 giorni fa
  • The next Tiger :)

    andy crossfitandy crossfit28 giorni fa
  • Costas should stay out of golf, he made two announcing mistakes in first 6 mins, come on Bob??

    Arky2012Arky201228 giorni fa
  • #37 on trending street

    Eric CartmanEric Cartman29 giorni fa
  • hello

    Anh NguyenAnh Nguyen29 giorni fa
  • Beast

    Frank RiveraFrank Rivera29 giorni fa
  • Did he bogey the 4th hole. I think he did.

    MagmaleE1MagmaleE129 giorni fa
  • By by Tiger here comes Mr Brooks!

    Brian WilmothBrian Wilmoth29 giorni fa
  • PGA of America true to form is not missing a single opportunity for ad revenue, can hardly see the leaderboard for the number of ads on the page, in between every shot on their website no matter the featured group a minimum of 180 seconds of ad space. Just like the Ryder Cup the PGA tries to squeeze every drop of ad revenue from the PGA and the Ryder Cup that they can. The PGA would rather sell the entire screen in ad space if they could, and to hell with the fans of the game. The Ryder Cup has been turned into an unwatchable event due to the commercials.

    JasJones123JasJones12329 giorni fa
  • He let Tiger win the masters.

    onespeedonespeed29 giorni fa
    • onespeed what’s it like to be severely autistic?

      Callum DochertyCallum Docherty28 giorni fa
    • Nobody lets Tiger win anything.

      salvationsalvation28 giorni fa
  • please tell that corney yank commentator that this isn't baseball !!!

    Glenn StockleyGlenn Stockley29 giorni fa
    • That's exactly where Costas needs to stay in baseball

      Arky2012Arky201228 giorni fa
  • i wanna see a video on the ball tracking technology

    No NameNo Name29 giorni fa
  • Love these full videos. Just wish we could get them better than 720p. Not like 1080+ is new tech at this point...

    Joel HassellJoel Hassell29 giorni fa
  • Brooks is a quick player? My hero in a sport of slow pokes. And that posture and swing...perfect.

    David PowellDavid Powell29 giorni fa
  • Sick camera shot at 9:00

    Adam KidwellAdam Kidwell29 giorni fa
    • Adam Kidwell a MN

      Biren RayBiren Ray25 giorni fa
  • probably the worst commentating I've heard. Way over excited and both don't seem to really know anything about golf. Golfers like Koepka wouldn't exist without Tiger. Tiger won 10 majors, 10 WGC, 46 tourneys total by the time he was 30. Comparing Koepka to Tiger is a complete stretch.

    Gregory Vartian-FossGregory Vartian-Foss29 giorni fa
    • That's Bob Costas for you, he should not even be commentating golf, stay the fuck out Bob

      Arky2012Arky201228 giorni fa
  • cameramen are terrible...

    S GS G29 giorni fa
  • 6:39 I GOT BIG MONEY ON YOU!!😂😂

    Joma _Joma _29 giorni fa
    • 6:38

      jhaz89jhaz8929 giorni fa
  • Fuck "Bruce" Koepka

    Michelle GreenMichelle Green29 giorni fa
  • The ole boy is on right now.

    Brady DeriseBrady Derise29 giorni fa
  • As many birdie putts as he missed, could have finished with a 57

    Cristiano SterreloCristiano Sterrelo29 giorni fa
  • They need more planes flying over

    Jesse HunterJesse Hunter29 giorni fa
  • Thank you, finally the content we all want. Now just fix the potato-quality :)

    Emil SjöstrandEmil Sjöstrand29 giorni fa
  • How can you make that many fuck ups and still hit a 63 ...

    Mark MarkMark Mark29 giorni fa
  • He’s a player that deserves more recognition by the media in my opinion. What a great player and what a difficult course. I hate to think how high my score would be here. Go Brooks

    Ian WoollardIan Woollard29 giorni fa
    • Maybe without the media attention he will beat tiger and challenge Jack with major wins

      Arky2012Arky201228 giorni fa
  • He is like Dustinn Johnson, with a better putter, and without the serious cocaine use!

    Jeff MojaveJeff Mojave29 giorni fa
    • Most certainly a "better putter."

      salvationsalvation28 giorni fa
  • at 5:44 -> A drive DIRECTLY into the people : No FORE, and just a late hand-gesture...unbelievable.....!! Nothing learned from the last terrible accident , where a woman lost her eye

    Oliver HaasOliver Haas29 giorni fa
    • @YikesBikes How is it not similar to baseball...? 1. A baseball is much softer than a golfball and travels shorter distances at a slower speed, i.e. much less chance of injury. 2. People in the stands are generally seated, facing the game, seeing all the action at a glance, whereas in golf, people in the target areas are generally moving around, mostly facing the fairway and not the golfers teeing off with a miniscule yet bullet-like white ball, i.e. much more 'blind' and vulnerable to what is happening on the tee than in baseball 3. There is more time and opportunity in golf too warn people, in baseball if you hit into the stands you are probably busy running as fast as you can to next base, not standing idly watching exactly where your ball is going. 4. In baseball, there is much, much more noise than on a golf course 5. In golf, as I have said ad nauseam, there is this little thing called ETIQUETTE which asks you to shout FORE when you see your ball could possibly cause injury. A rule that is not only useful over a 100 yards, which you would know if you had ever played golf yourself. Have you ever been on a golf course? Apparently not. You can hear shouts of FORE from a long distance, yes easily from 300+ yards away, even with other people talking around you, which by the way only confirms the need for a warning. Yes, I agree you are ultimately solely responsible for assuming the risk of getting hit with a golf ball if you attend a tournament, but that is not the damn point, is it? The point is that a shout of FORE can prevent a tragedy and is requested for by something called ETIQUETTE. Do you not understand this simple point? Well then, consider the following: Imagine YOU get hit by a pro golfer who didn't bother to call FORE, your eye is popping out of your socket, you are blind for life, but lucky for you, you have a signed glove from the guy who hit you, and lucky for you, you understand that it was YOUR fault - regardless of the fact that a FORE call might have saved you. You know, a simple, considerate adherence to ETIQUETTE might have made the difference between you being blinded or being dead. Surely this simple point is not so hard to understand? But apparently, it is.

      Stefan CoetzeeStefan Coetzee29 giorni fa
    • Lol how’s it not similar to baseball? follow your logic... Marshall’s aren’t there and didn’t signal... ok just how then is someone in a crowd of people drinking, talking plus other commotion going to hear a golfer 300+yds away? The rules of etiquette were established when people were barely hitting over 100yds. If you’re standing along a fairway in the landing zone you alone ASSUME THE RISK of getting hit with a drive. Sorry.

      YikesBikesYikesBikes29 giorni fa
    • Americans and fore plus caring about other people. That doesn’t add up

      Arjan PetersenArjan Petersen29 giorni fa
    • @YikesBikes You are proof positive that the words GOLF ETIQUETTE doesn't mean a rat's ass to you and idiots like you. Shouting FORE could potentially save someone an eye, or even from being killed. That fact is beyond dispute. But according to you, we are just 'Euro Pansies' to care about that. F..ck Golf Etiquette. Not for YOU, right? Not YOUR fault, if you could perhaps have prevented a tragedy. You think you can compare this situation to ice hockey or baseball - really? Are you really that dim? Listen numbnuts, nobody is saying it's the striker's fault if his ball or the puck goes south. But established etiquette in golf says you should shout FORE, for a reason. You are after all the guy who hit the missile. Pat Perez hit people in the crowds three times during a round at the Genesis Open. He didn't bother to open his mouth once, and people were caught unawares. No problem, because he made it all ok by handing out signed gloves to his bleeding targets. Yep - if that happened to me, I'd sure love a glove with the signature of the idiot who didn't bother to warn me, instead of a left eye. But I guess if that should happen, those people should just 'get over it' - according to the words of wisdom falling like pearls of shit from the lips of Mr 'YikesBikes'. What a stink.

      Stefan CoetzeeStefan Coetzee29 giorni fa
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    Dr. Greg GoinsDr. Greg Goins29 giorni fa
  • Spieth and Thomas are punching air

    Terrance ingramTerrance ingram29 giorni fa
  • 년중 한번 골프대회 챔프티 에서 라운드 하는 골퍼 입니다. ㆍ올해 56세ㆍ 2018년ㆍ기록 +1. (처음간 대회 코스에서)

    오빠왓다오빠왓다29 giorni fa
  • 내가 붙어 볼만하다 ㆍ티샷 비거리 ㆍ드라이버 300m ㆍ우드 250m ㆍ퍼팅 ㆍ아이언 샷은 내가 연습라운드 3번정도 하면 감 잡을거고

    오빠왓다오빠왓다29 giorni fa
  • 대단한 브룩스 캡카 선수네요 ^^

    오빠왓다오빠왓다29 giorni fa
  • That could have been a 60

    Jimmy HoffmannJimmy Hoffmann29 giorni fa
  • Keokpa is already a legend He’s gonna win 9 majors. Monirali not a chance

    ijcn0jir3nvjn3fjcifnijcn0jir3nvjn3fjcifn29 giorni fa
    • Once you get names correct,..

      Arjan PetersenArjan Petersen29 giorni fa
  • Did he tie the record or set it?

    jay pomajay poma29 giorni fa
  • Dudes a beast but even when he’s tearing it up he’s boring af to watch

    ColddickrickColddickrick29 giorni fa
  • woo hoo, pga are doing every shot things now. so happy, b slingzz and avid golfer got copyrighted. please do more PGA.com pls

    RecorderBoi420RecorderBoi42029 giorni fa
  • It's how I imagine I'm going to play each weekend. Reality is somewhat different

    Jon CocksJon Cocks29 giorni fa
    • Haha. When you're in bed Friday night thinking about how it's gonna go tomorrow.

      Redskies453Redskies45327 giorni fa
  • I wish they wouldn't put the score number in the subject line.........

    MrPnutlewisMrPnutlewis29 giorni fa
  • Koepka looking impressive. Has the muscle power too for dealing with the thick rough there.

    Stuart MaraisStuart Marais29 giorni fa
  • This guy is going to get at least 10 majors during his career, trust me!

    Phil PollarePhil Pollare29 giorni fa
    • @Phil Pollare true, however it really depends on the meltdown factor. If he can keep going and not blow anything big, he can prosper, however, if he does like spieth on hole 12 at Augusta, and ends up losing a huge major lead it could be bad from there, in other words all depends on situation.

      Arky2012Arky201226 giorni fa
    • @Arky2012 look at rory etc you win some and then you fade out in the field and it starts to get harder for you mentally.

      Phil PollarePhil Pollare26 giorni fa
    • Only 10? He'll challenge Nicholas

      Arky2012Arky201228 giorni fa
  • This guy is a problem. Hes relentless

    lowlow29 giorni fa
  • Hahahahah 6:36 "Hey Brooks I got some big money on you!"...

    jasmar23jasmar2329 giorni fa
  • “The second lowest round in championship golf” bruh it’s a par 70, compare what’s comparable

    P TP T29 giorni fa
    • @Arjan Petersen That is not how it works lmao

      P TP T29 giorni fa
    • P T doesn’t matter. Course is more difficult

      Arjan PetersenArjan Petersen29 giorni fa
  • Having toruble fonding this stat .. has anyone won the same major 3 years in a row?

    Joe MerrittJoe Merritt29 giorni fa
  • 180 ball speed, lol. Jeez.

    CrushOfSielCrushOfSiel29 giorni fa
  • Appalling commentary.

    David MacGowanDavid MacGowan29 giorni fa
    • You can thank Bob Costas for his shity commentary

      Arky2012Arky201228 giorni fa
  • Brooks shhoots a 76 tomorrow

    From Dusk To DawnFrom Dusk To Dawn29 giorni fa
    • @Brian ryan I know right?

      From Dusk To DawnFrom Dusk To Dawn29 giorni fa
    • Great call

      Brian ryanBrian ryan29 giorni fa
  • 14:05 ?? No ball sound lol

    Elliott DElliott D29 giorni fa
  • Tried to figure out my issue with Brooks. And I realized it’s annoying as hell to watch him wipe his putter before every stroke. What a dumb habit.

    Eric WalshEric Walsh29 giorni fa
  • Outfit on point too

    THEDnARACERTHEDnARACER29 giorni fa
  • Shoots a 63 while making a mess of both par 5's by his standards. Just unreal strength and talent!

    raysalsa1raysalsa129 giorni fa
  • Koepka is the best player on Tour, and it’s not even close!!!

    Lane RogersLane Rogers29 giorni fa
    • Arjan Petersen looked golf? Do you speak English? And yes Tiger played good at the Masters and at the Tour Championship last year but Koepka has been more successful over the past 3 years than Tiger. You must get off to videos of Tiger Woods lol...

      Lane RogersLane Rogers29 giorni fa
    • Last time I looked Golf, Tiger won the masters, I didn’t see Brooks there. What am I missing here?

      Arjan PetersenArjan Petersen29 giorni fa
    • Well, 4 times per year, yes.

      Jens ClarbergJens Clarberg29 giorni fa
  • Been watching golf for years but this is the guy who inspired me to start. Absolute stud. Listen to his interview on the “Pardon my Take” podcast, he’s just a regular guy who likes beer and pizza like the rest of us!

    evanevan29 giorni fa
    • j luttrell had to bring in politics eh, beta move

      evanevan29 giorni fa
    • Hangs out with dirtbag Clinton at an NBA game! Yes, he a regular guy!

      j luttrellj luttrell29 giorni fa
  • He will win this tournament. Just gonna shoot 2 or 3 under the next 3 days and that will wrap it up.

    John RottenJohn Rotten29 giorni fa
  • good call by the announcer at the finish........."I wouldn't put it past him".

    e jamese james29 giorni fa
  • This guy is good. I would never go to the gym with him. Personally, I like how he had that round in front of Tigar.

    roger peetroger peet29 giorni fa
    • Well Blake, a step further, winning those Majors and going well whilst playing with Tiger would seem to indicate the higher the pressure, the better he concentrates/plays. That's in some people's nature.

      Mark MarkMark Mark25 giorni fa
    • @Mark Mark Tiger has a small window, so I know he sees Koepka as a major threat, and the way he dominated Tiger when they played together shows he won't be intimidated by him, which so many golfers were 15 years ago. As far as his non-major titles lacking, maybe he gets up for the majors??

      Blake MartinBlake Martin25 giorni fa
    • Golfers have also historically had runs then faded. I believe Tiger's comment was more in the realm of previously, now, and well into the future, always a threat. I will add, 4 Majors in such a short time is certainly something very special, but clearly 2 PGA events otherwise in 4 years isn't. That part is quite confusing.

      Mark MarkMark Mark25 giorni fa
    • Mark Mark Dude has won 4 of the last 8 majors, so only a fool wouldn’t consider him a threat.

      Blake MartinBlake Martin26 giorni fa
    • Tiger has said many good things about him previously, and considers him a real threat.

      Mark MarkMark Mark29 giorni fa
  • when you're visiting manhattan.........you gotta check out bethpage black.

    e jamese james29 giorni fa
  • Thank you B. Koepka and PGA.com. I feel very fortunate because I don't think I can see -7 again at Bethpage Black until I die. I think even AI robot can't hit this well. This is equivalent to perfect game in baseball.

    Hyo-Kyung LeeHyo-Kyung Lee29 giorni fa
    • He also made a lot of long lucky putts so it balances out.

      YikesBikesYikesBikes29 giorni fa
    • And it still wasn’t a perfect round , left at least 3 easy putts out there! That’s the scary part

      Steve DonSteve Don29 giorni fa
  • Great vid.

    J R DeckardJ R Deckard29 giorni fa
  • this is unreal

    Daniel FurthDaniel Furth29 giorni fa
  • Wow! A couple more sinked putts and he would have been in the 50s!

    anduccanducc29 giorni fa
  • I love how athletic he looks over the ball. Just looks so comfortable and it’s showing

    xNIKEGOLFxxNIKEGOLFx29 giorni fa
  • It’s a repeat of Jack overtaking Arnold as the best in his era...

    Steve ThomsenSteve Thomsen29 giorni fa
  • Bam Bam, wow, what a clinic! BTW, awesome video edit, Ball Striker style, thank you!

    Juan Ruiz ArtJuan Ruiz Art29 giorni fa
    • @Arky2012 Yeah, another guy I can't stand is Michael Breed, he loves to hear himself talk.

      Juan Ruiz ArtJuan Ruiz Art28 giorni fa
    • Yeah the editing was way better than the commentating by Bob Costas he's such a fucking tool

      Arky2012Arky201228 giorni fa
  • Yes, Brooks! We’re pulling for you brother!!

    Matt ShirleyMatt Shirley29 giorni fa
    • Chase will get there. I think he struggles being away from home in Europe more than big bro.

      game changergame changer16 giorni fa
  • Koepka is a beast

    우근육우근육29 giorni fa
  • Why couldn’t he do that in Brodie Smith’s Putt Putt game ?

    Gage LeamerGage Leamer29 giorni fa
  • Did someone fart at 3:22? haha

    Ryan MillerRyan Miller29 giorni fa
    • Ryan Miller dirt bike

      Lucas FrancisLucas Francis29 giorni fa
Brooks Koepka: Every shot in record 63 in first round at 2019 PGA Championship