Brooks Koepka’s triumph — and the aftermath | Inside Day 7 at the PGA

Welcome to’s new “Seen & Heard” video series, where we’ll endeavor to give you an inside look at golf’s biggest events through the eyes and ears of our onsite crew. On deck this week: The 2023 PGA Championship at Oak Hill. Let’s go!

ICYMI: Wicked rough, wild hair and weird flags | Inside Day 1
ICYMI: Questions with Rory and Rahm, ice cream with Bones | Inside Day 2
ICYMI: Wednesday predictions, Josh Allen appears | Inside Day 3
ICYMI: Bryson’s resurgence, Tom Kim’s viral moment | Inside Day 4
ICYMI: An unexpected underdog, Hovland’s unapologetic attire | Inside Day 5
ICYMI: Bryson vs. Brooks, Michael Block’s star turn | Inside Day 6


“It’s always striking, on Saturday too, but for sure Sunday, that feeling of the range emptying out,” said GOLF’s Dylan Dethier on Sunday at Oak Hill’s empty practice area. “Just knowing that there’s no other guys left.”

Such is the Sunday afternoon reality at a major championship, and it turns out Oak Hill was no exception. At 2:22 p.m. local time, Viktor Hovland and Brooks Koepka vacated the practice area for the last time to head to the tee for what promised to be an exciting final-round duel.

The crew was on the scene for a thrilling final day at Oak Hill, where Koepka claimed his fifth career major championship.

What was is like to watch the aftermath of Koepka’s victory?

Take a look at the video above to watch our team’s exclusive highlights from Sunday at Oak Hill. Like what you see? We’ll be back with more content from next month’s U.S. Open at Los Angeles Country Club. Editor

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