Koepka Rolls Past DeChambeau in Sleeper of a Match

Brooks Koepka rolled past Bryson DeChambeau 4&3 in a sleeper of a match on Friday afternoon at The Wynn Las Vegas. 

In what was a 12-hole match, Koepka birdied three of the first six holes to go three up. 

DeChambeau hit some incredible drives, but could not get a putt to drop whether it was from distance or near the hole. 

DeChambeau did note that he had not played golf in about two months, so perhaps that is why he was rusty.

Brooks Koepka

Koepka went four-up on the eighth hole and then closed the match on the ninth hole by halving the hole. 

The match raised a total of $3,025,000.

Overall, it was a pretty boring event to watch

There was very little, if any, trash talk between the two, and most of the chatter came from Phil Mickelson and Charles Barkley, who were excellent on commentary.

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