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WATCH: Brooks Koepka sinks 41-footer to take lead at US Open

By Wayne Cavadi
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Have yourself a day Brooks Koepka.

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Koepka started Sunday's final round at 11-under, logjammed atop the leaderboard. Five players were sitting 10-under or better, so Koepka came out and separated himself from the pack with back-to-back birdies on his first two holes.

He parred the next four holes, allowing Brian Harman the chance to tie Koepka atop the leaderboard at 13-under. That was until the eighth hole and Koepka addressed his ball from 41-feet away.

 

 

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