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Two-time US Open champion Koepka still feels like an underdog before British Open

CARNOUSTIE, Scotland - It isn't what people say about Brooks Koepka that gets under his skin and, in turn, fuels him.

It's what they don't say about him.

Even though he has won consecutive U.S. Opens, Koepka still feels like he's flying under the radar as the 28-year-old golfer heads into this week's British Open at Carnoustie.

The sound of silence is like a bunker rake across the chalkboard

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