Brooks Koepka started making a name for himself by winning his first US Open in 2017 and has since gone on to win consecutive majors.
Now one of the richest golfers in the world, Koepka continues to increase his net worth as a member of LIV Golf. According to sources as of November 2022, Brooks Koepka net worth is estimated to be $50 Million.
Born: May 3, 1990
Height:1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)
Country of origin: United States of America
Source of Wealth: Professional golfer
Last Updated: August 2, 2022, Brooks Koepka Net Worth is 50 million dollars
Brooks Koepka Facts
Brooks Koepka won his first major title in 2017 at the US Open.
In 2018, Koepka became world number one in the Official World Golf Ranking for 47 consecutive weeks.
From 2017 to 2019, Koepka became the first golfer to win the US Open and the PGA Championship back-to-back.
As an amateur, Koepka qualified for the 2012 US Open but missed the cut by just six shots.
In 2022, Koepka ended his career on the PGA Tour and moved on to play for LIV Golf.
Brooks Koepka was born on May 3, 1990, in West Palm Beach, Florida, and attended Cardinal Newman High School before graduating and enrolling at Florida State University.
At Florida State University in Tallahassee, Koepka played college gold, winning three tournaments and becoming a three-time All-American.
While playing for his university, Koepka qualified for the 2012 US Open but missed the final cut by six strokes.
Despite initially failing to make the cut, Koepka continued to play and played on the Challenge Tour in Europe in the summer of 2012, winning his first title at the Challenge de Catalunya.
In 2013, Koepka qualified for the Open Championship and made his debut as a member of the European Tour, opening the door to a full-time professional golf career.
In 2015, Koepka won his first PGA Tour event and moved up to 19th in the Official World Golf Ranking, and although he didn’t win the championship that year, he continued to improve in every game he played.
Koepka won his first major championship in 2017 when he captured the US Open title in Wisconsin, tying the record for the lowest score at the US Open, under 16.
Despite wrist surgery following the 2017 season, Koepka won the US Open again in 2018 as well as the PGA Championship, becoming the first player to win both in the same year since Tiger Woods in 2000.
In the same year, Koepka won the CJ Cup and moved to first place in the Official World Golf Ranking.
Koepka won the PGA Championship once more in 2019 but withdrew from the FedEx Cup playoffs in 2020 due to knee and hip pain.
In 2021, Koepka tied for second at the PGA Championship, finishing the final round two shots behind Phil Mickelson.
Brooks Koepka decided to leave the PGA in 2022 and join LIV Golf, which earned him a huge payday and a permanent ban from the PGA.