Brooks Koepka is LIV Golf’s first two-time winner.
The four-time major champion held on for his second win since leaving the PGA Tour at LIV Golf Orlando on Sunday after shooting a 3-under 68 to finish at 15 under at Orange County National’s Crooked Cat.
Koepka won last year’s LIV Golf Jeddah event after a playoff with former teammate Peter Uihlein in October.
In his first year on the upstart circuit led by Greg Norman and financially backed by Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund, Sebastian Munoz gave Koepka a run for his money with a final-round 5-under 66 but came up a shot shot at 14 under. Patrick Reed finished third at 13 under.
Koepka is among a total of 18 LIV players who will tee it up next week at the 2023 Masters. LIV Golf’s next event is in Adelaide, Australia, at The Grange Golf Club, April 21-23.