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Brooks Koepka seizes the day, while Xander Schauffele and James Hahn see title hopes slip away (www.golfdigest.com)

Brooks Koepka seizes the day, while Xander Schauffele and James Hahn see title hopes slip away

With two eagles in the final round, including a chip-in from 97 feet at the short par-4 17th hole, Koepka established a measure of order to what had been an inexplicably chaotic final day in the Waste Management Phoenix Open (the proper name) at TPC Scottsdale. The four-time major winner, who had missed his last three cuts (a first in his career), re-established his competitive bona fides with a six-under 65 for his first victory in more than 18 months.

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