2018 CJ Cup Scores, Money, Points: Koepka Scores $1.7M, World No. 1

Brooks Koepka Wins the 2018 CJ Cup
Brooks Koepka celebrates after winning the CJ Cup at the Nine Bridges on October 21, 2018 in Jeju, South Korea. Photo by Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images

Brooks Koepka fired a final-round 64 at Nine Bridges Golf Club to claim his fifth career PGA Tour title at the CJ Cup.

Brooks Koepka Wins the 2018 CJ Cup
Brooks Koepka celebrates after winning the CJ Cup at the Nine Bridges on October 21, 2018 in Jeju, South Korea. Photo by Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images

Koepka, who owned a four-shot lead after 54 holes, finished his final day on Jeju Island with two bogeys offset by eight birdies and a final-hole eagle en route to a 21-under par total.

In just his first start of the 2018-19 season, the Florida State product earned $1,710,000, which moves him into the top spot in the season-long money race. Koepka also picked up 54 Official World Golf Rankings points to move into the No.1 position for the first time in his career.

The victory was Koepka’s third in his last 11 PGA Tour starts, two of which included major championships.



2018-19 TOP-5 MONEY LEADERS:
Pos-Player-Starts-Money
1. Brooks Koepka (1) $1.71m
2. Marc Leishman (2) $1.38m
3. Gary Woodland (2) $1.26m
4. Kevin Tway (3) $1.22m
5. Brandt Snedeker (3) $618k


FINAL SCORES, POINTS & MONEY: 2018 CJ CUP

Nine Bridges Golf Club | Jeju Island, South Korea | Oct. 21, 2018

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