Sport Brooks Koepka Tee Shot Hits Marshal’s Head, Bounces Back Into Fairway

18:26  10 august  2017
18:26  10 august  2017 Source:   The Big Lead

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14, yeah, I mean, that was just an awful tee shot . You put that one in the fairway , you're making a good run. Q. What was that there? BROOKS KOEPKA : We hit driver off the tee , and we only had -- I forget, we were trying to pitch it at 80.

Brian Harman had a one- shot lead heading into the final day of the US Open. Brian Harman finished three shots back from Koepka . Japan' s Hideki Matsuyama was one behind Harman, and also received A ridiculous hit from Koepka . He' s just thrashed his 3-wood down the centre of the fairway .

Brooks Koepka Tee Shot Hits Marshal's Head, Bounces Back Into Fairway: during the first round of the 2017 PGA Championship at Quail Hollow Club on August 10, 2017 in Charlotte, North Carolina. © Getty Images during the first round of the 2017 PGA Championship at Quail Hollow Club on August 10, 2017 in Charlotte, North Carolina. Brooks Koepka, along with Jordan Spieth and Sergio Garcia, is part of the first PGA.com featured group on day one of the PGA Championship. That means fans watching at work got to see Koepka hit a drive into the crowd on the 16th hole which made contact with a marshal's head and left him bloodied. The poor guy stayed on the ground for quite a while, but was alert and smiling when Koepka found him and gave him a signed glove. Koepka ended up bogeying the hole.

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