US Open 2023: All the big shots, moments, talking points and comments
There were only two majors left to be handed out in 2023.
Los Angeles Golf and Country Club was the venue for the third major of the year. You can following the US Open live here with us, as our feed covers the best shots, movers and shakers, and keeps you up to date with all the drama on and off the course.
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US Open preview with Brooks Koepka
Heading into the 2023 US Open live stretch, we heard from the most recent major winner - Brooks Koepka. The five-time major winner was asked if the current PGA Tour framework agreement to partner up with the LIV Golf backers was disruptive.
"The more chaotic things get the easier it gets for me," the American said. "Everything starts to slow down and I am able to focus on whatever I need to focus on while everybody else is dealing with distractions, worried about other things."
"I'm pretty sure I know what it takes to compete in majors," Koepka added. "I've won five of them and been second four times. And just over my track record how to prepare when you're here, how to prepare when you're home for it, I've got that, I guess, on lock."
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