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Brooks Koepka Wins PGA Championship Back-To-Back Years

Brooks Koepka survived a late stumble to retain the PGA Championship by 2 shots, after starting the day seven ahead. The win marks his fourth major in the last two years.

Koepka, 29, went into the final round with a seven-stroke lead at Bethpage Black over Dustin Johnson. He made bogey on four straight holes on the back nine allowing Johnson to close the gap to one stroke.

Johnson, the No. 1 player in the world rankings, shot 69. It’s the second straight major he’s finished as runner-up. Johnson, who was second to Woods at the Masters last month, has finished second in all four majors.

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