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Latest News

Koepka (69) bested by brother Chase (66) Thursday

Thursday, March 5, 2015 7:56:00 PM

DORAL, Fla. – There was big news in the Koepka house on Thursday.

Brooks' 69 on Day 1 at Doral? Nope.

Try little brother Chase’s round of 66 at the pre-qualifier for the Valspar Championship.

Chase Koepka still has to play his way through Monday’s qualifier, and Brooks' round at Doral was one of just seven in the 60s on a windswept day, but the older brother was still excited for his little brother.


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“He played good last week, too, at the pre-qualifier [for the Honda Classic]. I think he made a hole-in-one,” Brooks Koepka said. “That was pretty sweet. We went out and celebrated that. Unfortunately, he didn't get through, but hopefully he gets through on this one because he’s playing well.”

Brooks Koepka doesn’t plan to play the Valspar Championship, but added he “might go and watch if [Chase] gets in.”

Woodland posts opening 70 after coaching change

Thursday, March 5, 2015 7:41:00 PM

DORAL, Fla. – In 2012, Gary Woodland joined Butch Harmon’s high-profile stable and enjoyed almost-instant success, including a victory at the 2013 Reno-Tahoe Open.

Last week, however, the two decided it was time for a change.

Woodland began working with Jim McLean last Tuesday, a move that produced an opening-round 70 on Thursday at the WGC-Cadillac Championship.


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Woodland said he and Harmon had been working together on a part-time basis for the last few months and he made the move to McLean based on Harmon’s recommendation.

“Butch has a full slate,” said Woodland, who added that most of the work he’s done with McLean has been focused on his short game. “It’s been good for me. We’re not changing anything in the swing. At least not yet.”

Woodland said he has known McLean for years, after having competed as an amateur against his son, Jon, and it’s been an easy transition.

“He’s a great guy, salt of the earth,” Woodland said.

Garcia (73) suffers from neck, back pain at Doral

Thursday, March 5, 2015 7:27:00 PM

DORAL, Fla. – Sergio Garcia opened with a 1-over 73 on Thursday at Doral, but it wasn’t his score or his position on the leaderboard (T-27) that concerned him after his round.

The seventh-ranked player in the world said he started feeling discomfort in his back on the 16th hole, his seventh hole of the day, and the pain didn’t let up despite treatment during his round.

“I felt very dizzy. My neck and upper left of the back is a little tight so I’m going to go and try to get it fixed,” said Garcia, who added that he’s never had back issues before.

Garcia’s physical trainer gave him treatment on the 18th hole and he took “a couple of Advil” to help alleviate the pain.