You can not go much better than the second golfer in the world and you can not do better than the fact that he was born and raised in Palm Beach County.
A native of Wellington, Brooks Koepka is happy to be back at the Honda Classic.
Koepka missed the Honda Classic last year because of an injury, but he is 100% healthy now. Incredibly, he has won three major tournaments since his last Honda Classic, including two consecutive US Open. He therefore hopes that the difficulty he has had on the course of champions over the years is behind him.
"These are in the past," said Koepka after his pro-am tour. "I have long since left these memories. It was frustrating to be on the couch last year, and the year before, I did not even play a kind of free space to play golf. I probably should not have even played. But you have just come out and you get out, you see where you are and you see where you are on Sunday. "
Koepka will leave Thursday morning at 7:45 with Gary Woodland and Jhonattan Vegas.