GQ March Issue


Brooks Koepka was upstairs in the private bar of a waterfront restaurant in Jupiter, Florida, describing a moment from the Masters last April when he literally stared down Tiger Woods. This was the Masters, if you avoid news of golf or sports or polarizing human redemption, that Tiger ultimately won, his first major championship in 11 years, and his first since his life and the game of golf were divided into Before and After (the affairs, the revelations, the injuries, the DUI arrest, Mac Daddy Santa, et cetera, et cetera). It was an extraordinary day in golf, and midway through the final round, there were still a number of players in contention, including Brooks Koepka, who had won three of the previous seven majors he’d played in.

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