Here’s why Brooks Koepka’s home decor is WAY cooler than yours
The last time I thought about sprucing up the entryway of my house, I considered the addition of a seemingly ubiquitous fiddle-leaf fig — you know, the tree you see in just about every photo, if you’ve ever Googled home decor ideas.
But a fiddle-leaf fig tree is clearly an unnecessary adornment for the home of the world’s top-ranked golfer. Check out what’s on display for visitors at Brooks Koepka’s house:
No, you’re not seeing double. That’s just Koepka’s major trophy haul from the last three seasons. Two U.S. Open wins (2017 and 2018 — complete with the accompanying gold medals) and two PGA Championship Wanamaker trophies (2018 and 2019).
The above photo was taken by Claude Harmon III, son of legendary instructor, Butch Harmon. Harmon III has been Kopeka’s coach since Koepka’s early days as a Tour pro, and has a growing roster of high-profile players since Butch Harmon’s retirement from week-to-week Tour travel.
The good news? Koepka’s home decor is about as cool as it gets. The bad news? If he keeps up his winning ways, he may need a new space to showcase all his shiny hardware.
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