On Sunday at the 100th P.G.A. Championship, Koepka could have easily lost his focus. He was being chased by a hard-charging Tiger Woods, who had the full-throated support of the fans crammed like packing peanuts into the 200-acre parcel of property that is Bellerive Country Club. The 28-year-old Koepka also faced pressure from the other player in his final twosome, the 38-year-old Australian Adam Scott, who dueled him down the stretch as if paying homage to the P.G.A. Championship’s earlier incarnation as a match-play event.
But Koepka never wavered, closing with a four-under-par 66 to win his second major tournament of the year and the third of his career. Koepka, the two-time reigning United States Open champion, finished two strokes ahead of Woods, whose 64 equaled the low round of the day.
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