Past Masters Finishes:
2019: T2 (-12)
2017: T11 (-1)
2016: T21 (+5)
2015: T33 (E)
Brooks Koepka comes into the Masters with several question marks. He has not performed well in recent tournaments. People assume this is due to his knee and hip injuries that have lingered with him throughout the past year. Koepka usually would be the favorite to win given his ‘Major tear’ that he has been on, winning 4 Major Championships in the last 3 years.
Few have accomplished what Brooks has done in his young career. Could this be the year Brooks takes it home? Let’s talk about his game. Brooks drives the ball exceptionally well. He takes an appropriate amount of risks, while also playing conservatively at times. He has a polished short game and constantly is able to save himself strokes with his touch around the green.
Brooks Koepka is one of the most interesting golfers out there. He rubs some golf enthusiasts the wrong way with his confident demeanor. As much as some might not like him, it’s hard to deny his talent, and that’s exactly why he’s in my top 10 most likely players to win the Masters in 2020 this year.