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Brooks Koepka will be Tiger Woods' major competition at PGA Championship

FARMINGDALE, N.Y. - Brooks Koepka is accustomed to producing low numbers, but these aren't the kind he prefers.

When Tiger Woods finished his pre-tournament interview Tuesday at the PGA Championship, more than half the hundred or so reporters in the Bethpage Black media tent left with him. Koepka, the tournament's defending champion and a golfer on a scorching hot streak, inspired a smattering of people to stick around.

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