Brooks Koepka is making his rounds following his PGA Championship win.
Days after winning his fifth major championship at the Oak Hill Country Club in New York, Koepka returned to his home state of Florida to take in some playoff hockey and basketball and cheer on his local teams.
Koepka was on hand at FLA Live Arena on Monday night to see the Florida Panthers take a commanding 3-0 series lead over the Carolina Hurricanes in the Eastern Conference final. He donned a Panthers jersey and received a loud applause from the crowd while hoisting the Wanamaker Trophy, which is awarded to the PGA Championship winner.
Koepka got the party going Tuesday in Miami, where he sat courtside at the Kaseya Center for Game 4 of the Eastern Conference finals between the Heat and Boston Celtics. Like the Panthers, the Heat have a 3-0 lead on their opponent.
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Koepka is a Florida native. He was born and raised in West Palm Beach and attended Florida State University in Tallahassee, where he was a three-time All-American golfer.
He shot 3-under par Sunday to become the first LIV Golf player to win a major title since defecting to the Saudi-backed tour. It marked Koepka’s third win at the PGA Championship and fifth major win overall.
And the celebration hasn’t stopped.
This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Brooks Koepka celebrates major win at Panthers, Heat playoff games