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What Motivates Brooks Koepka Isn't The Love Of The Game--It's Something Quite Different

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Brooks Koepka defended his title at the PGA Championship to stake a claim as the most dominant golfer in the world. In a run not seen since Tiger Woods at his best, Koepka has won three of the last five majors and four in less than two years. Business Insider reports Koepka admits he has a chip on his shoulder, and uses any slight he can find as motivation. Like Tiger Woods, Koepka is intense about developing his strength and athleticism.

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