Brooks Koepka, the professional golfer has been experiencing a series of perfectly lucrative weeks. However, the athlete hasn’t been keeping track of the same. Just two weeks prior today, Koepka bagged the invitational from the WGC-FedEx St.Jude worth $1.745 Million. This was the 2nd top after a lucrative earning from Wyndham Rewards this season worth $2 Million.
The next set of earnings for the athlete came from the $1 Million worth Aon Risk Reward Challenge. This has cumulated to an earning worth $4.745 million within a time period of 2 weeks. While most of the athletes would be mostly aware with regards to all the financial possibilities in the coming few weeks, the celebrated player explained that he has never lingered himself on the financial aspect of the profession.
On Wednesday while talking at The Northern Trust, Koepka mentioned that he plays for the love of competition. He also added that back when he was 5-years-old, he just wanted to rank as the best athlete in a global scale. Currently, Koepka flaunts $9.55 Million via his official season earnings. He is also in line to become the very first player following Jordan Spieth for the year 2015 to bag $10 Million+ for just one season.