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Brooks Koepka on slight by Fox: 'Somebody probably got fired over it or should'

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– Brooks Koepka’s swagger is on point, his confidence is at its peak and his form is in shape heading into his historical chase of a three-peat in the U.S. Open.Now add another chip on his shoulder.The latest culprit to slight Koepka is Fox Sports, which didn’t put the two-time defending champion and the world No. 1 in one of the network’s ads previewing the national championship at Pebble Beach.The snub lit up Koepka, who has used perceived and outright slights as extra fuel to ignite his dominance in majors. Like, how do you forget that?” Koepka said Tuesday at Pebble Beach. Koepka won his second consecutive PGA title.And after the first round of last year’s U.S. Open at Shinnecock on Long Island, Golf Channel ran a graphic with the scores of notables. He won his second consecutive U.S. Open three days later.“It doesn’t make sense to me,” Koepka said of some of the slights.It doesn’t make sense to the rest of the field, either, who have paid the price of Koepka’s motivational wrath as he’s won four of his last eight starts in the game’s four biggest events. Like Koepka, Anderson was said to have “an unflappable demeanor,” as 1908 U.S. Open champion Fred McLeod once described him.Brooks Koepka hits an iron from the eighth fairway during his Monday practice round at the 2019 U.S. Open. Then he won the U.S. Open in 1903 at Baltusrol in New Jersey, in 1904 at Glen View in Chicago and in 1905 at Myopia.Koepka by chance came across the home where Anderson once lived in Scotland last year but said he doesn’t know much about the player and hasn’t Googled him.“I’m not thinking about it,” he said.Instead, as is his nature, he’s treating this week as any other.“It’s just another golf tournament,” he said. Tiger Woods spoke Tuesday ahead of the U.S. Open this week at Pebble Beach. Patrick Cantlay arrived at Pebble Beach for the 119th U.S. Open as one of the favorites, riding a streak of fine form that stretches back two (…) Attorneys for Tiger Woods are asking a Florida court to dismiss the wrongful death lawsuit filed by the parents of a 24-year-old bartender (…)World Golf Hall of Fame: Retief Goosen, Billy Payne, Peggy Kirk Bell among honoreesJune 11, 2019Golfweek's Best 2019: Top 200 Residential Golf CoursesJune 11, 2019U.S. Open: Why Brooks Koepka is changing his phone number this weekJune 11, 2019U.S. Open: Fantasy golf power rankingsJune 11, 2019Tiger Woods visited by a very bold buck at Pebble Beach during U.S. Open practice roundJune 11, 2019Forecaddie: Fox adds featured groups (Tiger Woods) coverage Thursday night from U.S. OpenJune 11, 2019Tiger Woods' lawyers: Woods has no connection to death of bartenderJune 11, 2019

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