Brooks Koepka

Pos: G
Status: Active
FPTS 9 19 28 37 47 56 65 75 84 94 SAL $7.9K $8.2K $8.6K $8.9K $9.2K $9.5K $9.8K $10.2K $10.5K $10.8K
  • FPTS: 0
  • FPTS: 27
  • FPTS: 93.5
  • FPTS: 79.5
  • FPTS: 62
  • FPTS: 45.5
  • FPTS: 41
  • FPTS: 58
  • FPTS: 48.5
  • SAL: $9.3K
  • SAL: $8.5K
  • SAL: $7.6K
  • SAL: $10.1K
  • SAL: $10.8K
  • SAL: $10.4K
  • SAL: $10.2K
  • SAL: $10.8K
  • SAL: $10K
07/14 04/06 05/18 06/15 07/20 04/11 05/16 06/13
Date Opp DKSAL FDSAL DKFPTS FDFPTS strokes b2bbird position bir5plus dbe hio eag bir3plus bir bir4 par wdq bog stklength dbo bounceback wdbo bir4plus stk bir5 stkhole bir3 noboground a4u70
2024-06-12 @ $10K $11.1K 48.5 37.4 286 0 26 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 51 0 10 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2024-05-15 @ $10.8K $11.6K 58 57.4 209 21 47 1 4 0 1 1 13 0 31 0 7 18 2 4 0 1 5 2 26 0 0 0
2024-04-10 @ $10.2K $11.6K 41 28.8 222 19 36 1 4 0 0 2 9 0 33 0 9 18 3 4 0 1 2 1 21 1 0 0
2023-07-19 @ $10.4K $11.8K 45.5 37.8 292 2 64 0 0 0 0 0 11 0 44 0 15 2 2 5 0 0 2 0 4 0 0 0
2023-06-14 @ $10.8K $11.9K 62 57.2 279 1 17 0 0 0 0 0 13 0 48 0 10 2 1 1 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0
2023-05-17 @ $10.1K $11.7K 79.5 78.2 204 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 11 0 38 0 5 2 0 1 0 0 3 2 6 0 0 0
2023-04-05 @ $7.6K $8.9K 93.5 93 154 14 1 1 2 0 1 1 12 0 28 0 1 12 0 0 0 1 4 2 18 0 2 0
2022-07-13 @ $8.5K $10.4K 27 21.3 148 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 18 0 8 2 2 3 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0
2022-06-22 @ $9.3K $10.9K 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Brooks Koepka Daily Fantasy News, Rankings, Projections

Brooks Koepka WD from the AT&T Byron Nelson and is replaced in the field by Satoshi Kodaira

Brooks Koepka has decided to not play this week and will be replaced in the field by Satoshi Kodaira. At this time there is no injury news associated with this move. With The PGA Championship next week there will be plenty of interest to the true health of Koepka.

Five minutes to PGA roster lock and no major news to report

With just under five minutes to roster lock, there is no major news to report this morning. Brooks Koepka and Vaughn Taylor both withdrew prior to the start of this event so please double check to make sure they are out of any lineups. ReusltsDB will be up and running a few minutes after lock. Good Luck this week Grinders !!!!

Brooks Koepka is no longer in the field

In what is a bit of shocker, Brooks Koepka has withdrawn from this week's Northern Trust. Ranked outside the top 90 in this year's FedEx Cup race, it looks like Koepka will decide to rest his knee until the U.S. Open.

Brooks Koepka prepares to defend WGC title despite his poor recent form

Despite admitting that his knee is not quite right, Brooks Koepka will continue to play this season. This four-time major winner will set to defend back to back titles over the next two weeks and looks to do so at his familiar role as an underdog. Currently trending at a sub 10% ownership number Koepka looks to be off the radar for many gamers this week. Entering this week on the heels of back to back missed cut's Koepka is certainly not happy with his current form. That being said Koepka is back in his much-relished role of being motivated by his doubters. Including last year's WGC FedEx St. Jude win, Koepka has played 24 rounds at TPC Southwind, during that time he as shot 68 or better 12 times. Despite his poor form, the combination of great course history and low ownership makes Koepka an interesting leverage play this week.

Gearing up for Next Week

I didn’t write Koepka up last week, but I mentioned that he was my favorite leverage play on our weekly show and in my model video. While he ended up missing the cut, it wasn’t due to his ball striking. He somehow managed to gain over five strokes ball striking in two rounds and still miss the cut. He lost over five strokes putting and missed the cut on the number. Everyone has been worried about his knee, but he says this is the best he’s felt in a while and he continues to tee it up every week, so it can’t be bothering him that much. He won this event last season and has a second and third place finish on his resume at this course. He loves bermuda greens, his ball striking is trending in the right direction, and we know he wants to be ready for next week’s major.

Brooks Koepka motivated to turn season around

Brooks Koepka will enter this week's Memorial with a bit of extra motivation to play well. After missing last week's WorkDay Charity cut, Koepka made a last-minute choice to play this week. Koepka understands that he basically needs to run the table in order to play his way into the FedEx Cup race, and is hopeful that the momentum from Friday's second round carries over into this week. Koepka took to twitter last week to throw some shade at the newly beefed-up Bryson DeChambeau. Koepka has historically been a guy motivated to prove his critics wrong and would love to put the narrative of DeChambeau being the current best player in the game to rest. Even at a discount in price Koepka should not garnish much ownership this week. Koepka found something in his back nine on Friday, and if that form carries over to this week there is little doubt that Koepka can contend for a win. Since the restart, there have already been two winners who missed the previous cut, Koepka will tee it up on Thursday with that goal clearly in his sights.

Ten minutes to roster lock at the The Travelers Championship and no major news to report

In what has been a very busy week in terms of player movement, there is no news of any last-minute player withdrawals this morning. The PGA Tour has decided to march on despite a handful of COVID related cases. Please make sure to double-check your lineups for any of the players tagged in this alert. Good luck this week grinders. ResultsDB will be up and running a few minutes after lock.

Brooks Koepka is no longer in the field

Brooks Koepka is the second PGA Tour player to pull out if this week's Travelers Championship due to his caddie testing positive for COVID. Rickey Elliott tested positive for COVID today and Koepka removed himself from the field. Koepka is the first superstar on tour to miss an event due to COVID and marks the fourth person to withdraw over the last two weeks due to the pandemic. Koepka played practice rounds last week with Graeme McDowell, who's caddie tested positive last night. Just like McDowell, Koepka has also tested negative but has opted to not play this week.

Brooks Koepka enters the week searching for answers

It was not that long ago that Brooks Koepka looked like the most dominating player in the game. Heading into this season not quite 100% healthy, Koepka has struggled to play the type of golf we expect for a player of his caliber. Injuries and poor course history are factored into the price for Koepka this week creating a great spot to buy low on a world-class player in large field GPP's, By no means is Kokepa safe for cash games or even single entry GPP's, but if you are mass entering this week then Koepka is worth a strong look. As a late addition to this week’s field, Koepka should have a much need sense of urgency to figure a few things out as he prepares for an important stretch of golf. As one of the few players in the game that can dial his game in at anytime this is a great spot to play a little game theory.

Brooks Koepka set to return to action after knee treatment in the offseason

Brooks Koepka is set to make his fifth career start at TPC Summerlin this week. Koepka is two for four in cuts made with two top-five or better finishes. Koepka last played this event two years ago finishing runner up to Rod Pampling. At that point in time Koepka was not quite the golfer that we know now. Now currently the number one golfer in the world Koepka has won four career majors and is considered the favorite to win almost any tournament he enters. In his pre-tournament press conference, Koepka revealed that he had a minor knee procedure done in the offseason. Pain-free Koepka is now able to practice more than he did last season. Fresh off what you might consider a player of the year snub, Koepka could have extra motivation to play well more often in non-major tournament golf.