"Brooks was Here" is what the Bethpage Black dangerous warning sign should now state. Brooks was playing a different course than everybody else, even with the 4 bogeys in a row on the back which let DJ back in it, he always looked in control. I will also say, that's exactly why Brooks has 4 majors and DJ only has 1. DJ had an opportunity to tie or even take the lead but at a minimum put some pressure on Brooks to finish strong however DJ bogeyed 16 and then 17 when he got w/in 1. We had 16 four-ballers pick Brooks Koepka including our leader "Uncle Rico" and solidified their lead. "Will Work for Food" still has the Major Money lead however there's about 8 teams that can still overtake #1 with a win at the remaining 2 majors. This week we head back to Texas and the Colonial Country Club, 7,209 yards, par 70. A shot maker's paradise with tight fairways and several doglegs, the 1936 Perry Maxwell/John Bredemus design has been a mainstay on the PGA TOUR schedule since 1946. Only Augusta National has served a longer uninterrupted tenure as host. Colonial was the first course in the South to install bent grass greens, a move that landed the U.S. Open in 1941 – the first Open held south of the Mason-Dixon Line. The TOUR made its first visit in 1946 and has returned annually ever since. Colonial also staged the second edition of THE PLAYERS in 1975, along with the 1991 U.S. Women’s Open.