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Breaking Down Brooks Koepka's Iron Play

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Brooks Koepka of the United States hits off the eighth tee during singles matches of the 2016 Ryder Cup at Hazeltine National Golf Club on October 2, 2016 in Chaska, Minnesota. Photo by Andrew Redington/Getty Images

Brooks Koepka is often lauded for his epic power off of the tee, and while Koepka is undoubtedly a tremendous driver of the golf ball, his iron play is what keeps him atop of leaderboards in highly contested major championships.
In 2019, Koepka nearly eclipsed 70% for GIR, and his long iron play was truly an element to marvel at. And while it's unlikely that you'll view the following video and immediately come out striking it flawlessly and winning back to back PGA Championships like Mr. Brooks Koepka, there's a very good chance that Andre Pillow's analysis of Koepka's iron play can you give you that one solid tip to enjoy your next round out on the course a little more.
After all, it only takes one great shot a day to keep us coming back for more.
Andre R. Pillow, PGA, Blythefield Country Club


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Belmont, MI

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