Healthy again, Koepka eagles 17, rallies to win Phoenix Open
“It’s been a wild ride for the last year and a half and very frustrating,” Koepka said. That's where he chipped in from 32 yards for his second eagle of the day to break a tie for the lead. AdFive strokes behind Jordan Spieth and Xander Schauffele entering the round, Koepka shot a 6-under 65 to finish at 19-under 265. “It was a good day to learn from some mistakes,” Schauffele said. Schauffele and Spieth each drove into the water on 17 to end their chances, then both birdied 18.