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Shane Lowry won The Open, but Brooks Koepka won the majors

ESPN Sunday, 21 July 2019
This was how Brooks Koepka did in the four events that matter most in golf: first, second, second, fourth. So while he didn't hold the Claret Jug on Sunday, he was the undisputed champion of the major season.
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