Koepka feeling good for Travelers Championship
Former world number one Brooks Koepka has fired a warning to the rest of the field at the Travelers Championship by confirming he feels in great physical condition.
Koepka has finished in the top 50 during his last three starts, and he continues to improve as the weeks tick by.
The world number four finished T32 at the Charles Schwab Challenge, before claiming seventh place at the RBC Heritage last time out.
Sunday's strong finish was Koepka's best result of the season as he continues to try and find his best form since suffering a knee injury at the Tour Championship in 2019.
The 30-year-old posted four rounds in the 60s for the second straight tournament, playing his final 14 holes at Harbour Town Golf Links in seven-under.
Koepka has spent plenty of time with physical therapist Derek Samuel in recent weeks and he says his body feels good for the first time in a few months.
He told the PGA Tour website: "It just feels like I haven't been healthy for a very long time. My body feels great. I feel like I can really move through the golf ball. The knee feels great.
"Finally, I'm able to do things I wasn't able to do for a very, very long time. So, I'm excited, playing good, and I just need to keep it up."
Koepka finished 25th at the Travelers in 2018, but he is priced at 1213.00 to get his hands on the trophy this time around.
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