Chase Koepka’s decision to follow in his brother’s footsteps has earned him a card for next year’s European Tour. The younger brother of U.S. Open champion Brooks Koepka was one of the top 15 players on the European Challenge Tour money list who earned playing rights for the 2018 Tour.
The 23-year-old finished ninth on the money list with €123,570 (approx. $ 143,000) in earnings from 18 events on Europe’s junior circuit.
The Jupiter, Fla., native posted five top-5s, including runner-up finishes in the Italian Challenge Open by Lyoness …
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