Chase Koepka joins brother Brooks at Travelers
Another member of the Koepka family will be lining up the $7.4 million Travelers Championship this week following the culmination of Monday Qualifying.
Chase Koepka will be joining big brother, Brooks, following a five-man playoff for two slots in the field at the Ellington Ridge Country Club in Connecticut.
Brooks Kopeka takes a photo of his brother Chase during Monday Qualifying (Credit: Connecticut PGA)
Koepka flew in early to watch on as his 26-year-old younger brother took just one hole of the playoff to secure his place alongside David Pastore, who normally plays on the currently-postponed Mackenzie Tour in Canada.
Koepka is no stranger to the PGA Tour this season with previous sponsor exemptions earning him starts at the Shriners Open where he finished 67th and the CJ Cup in South Korea late last year, where his brother was the defending champion.
Brooks Koepka looks like a hard beat for his brother this week, with the four-time major champion hitting his best form in many months following a top-10 finish at last week’s RBC Heritage.