Became the first golfer in 29 years to win consecutive U.S. Open titles. After his breakthrough victory at Erin Hills in 2017 when he posted 16-under 272, Koepka posted 1-over 281 at Shinnecock Hills to beat Tommy Fleetwood by a stroke. Seventh player all-time to win consecutive U.S. Open titles. His 2018 U.S. Open triumph came in a year when he was sidelined four months with ligament damage in his left wrist, which forced Koepka to miss the Masters. His 2017 U.S. Open triumph came a year and a half after his first PGA Tour win at the 2015 Waste Management Phoenix Open at TPC Scottsdale. At the end of 2017, he became No. 1 in the Official World Golf Ranking with a victory at the CJ Cup at Nine Bridges in the Republic of Korea. As a collegian at Florida State University, Koepka won three events and earned All-American honors. He also was a member of the 2016 and 2018 USA Ryder Cup and 2017 Presidents Cup Teams.
|2018||Shinnecock Hills Golf Club||75-66-72-68--281||+1||Won|
|2016||Oakmont Country Club||75-69-72-68--281||+4||T-13|
|2014||Pinehurst Resort & C.C. (Course No. 2)||70-68-72-71--281||+1||T-4|
|2012||The Olympic Club||77-77||+14||MC|