As Bellerive shook with every Tiger Woods birdie on Sunday at the PGA Championship, Brooks Koepka never wavered, muscling his way around the golf course as only he can en route to a final-round four-under 66.
Brooks Koepka won his second Major of the season and third of his career by combining the kind of solid ball striking with good in-close putting to win by two over Tiger Woods at Bellerive Country Club.
Scott is known for using his broomstick Scotty Cameron by Titleist centre-shafted Kombi Long mallet, but also has a conventional-length Scotty Cameron by Titleist 340, often referred to as a Newport 2 Timeless.
He arrived at Bellerive on Sunday just before noon local time, rocking an absolutely savage backwards hat-sunglasses combination that suggested the rest of the field should just go home, because Tiger had already won his 15th Major:
For much of his third round on Saturday at Bellerive, Brooks Koepka appeared as though he would run away with the 100th PGA Championship. But after recovering from a late stumble he is in pole position to win his second Major of the year.