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Brooks Koepka’s ball lands in the backpack of another Ryder Cup player’s dad

It was apparently Hit the Ball Anywhere But the Hole Day at the Ryder Cup on Saturday. Hours after Sergio Garcia shot his ball into the pocket of a marshal at the Hazeltine National Golf Club in Chaska, Minn., Brooks Koepka saw his land in the backpack belonging to Thomas Pieters’ dad. You know, just a […]
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