Koepka Agrees Sponsorship Deal With Paylocity

Paylocity Holding Corporation, a cloud-based provider of payroll and human capital management software solutions, today announced a new alliance and sponsorship with two-time ACC Player of the Year and 2014 PGA Tour Professional Brooks Koepka.
Koepka turned professional in July 2012 after a successful career at Florida State University. As a professional, Koepka caught immediate attention with a victory in just his eighth start on the European Challenge Tour. In 2013, he claimed three wins in his first 10 starts and finished the year with starts at The Open Championship and the PGA Championship. In addition he tied for third in his PGA Tour debut at the Frys.com Open. This year he will compete on both the European Tour and the PGA Tour.
Koepka, just 24 years old and ranked 100th in the Official World Golf Rankings, is seen by many as a future star on the PGA Tour. Brooks, known for his drive and commitment to excellence, notes the similarities in his
approach and how Paylocity is impacting the Payroll and HR software industry. “My expectations have always been to be one of the top players in the world, and that matches well with Paylocity¹s mission. They are
changing things in their industry just like I want to make a mark on PGA golf” says Koepka.
Michael Haske, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Paylocity, notes, “We knew we wanted to sponsor a PGA professional moving into the 2014 and 2015 season. But it had to be someone who modelled our commitment to innovation, drive and results. At Paylocity we are doing what no one else is ­ taking Payroll and HR professionals from the back room to the boardroom with our cloud software. We believe Brooks is the perfect PGA professional for our organisation. His talent, openness to taking the road less traveled, and enormous potential excite us and fit our mission. We see in him a great future and we welcome him to the Paylocity family.”

Brooks gains Special Temporary Membership on PGA Tour

Having amassed all of his allotted invites on the PGA Tour, Brooks lay just 6.75 FedEx Cup points short of receiving his special temporary membership on the PGA Tour.
After taking some time off to re-charge, Brooks competed at the Monday Qualifier for the Zurich Classic in New Orleans. Carding a round of –8 (64) at The La Tour Golf Club, Brooks was co-medalist, resulting in his inclusion in the tournament field for the week ahead. A finish of 64th or better would give him the points required to receive temporary membership.
Brooks was not focusing on the points but more so on success in the tournament itself. Finishing tied 21st (on –9) he secured the finish he was after, and in doing so, received his special temporary membership from the PGA Tour.
This season Brooks has now earned 320 FedEx Cup points and $460,687 through 9 events. He is in great shape to continue the fine form and earn his 2014/2015 PGA Tour card.
Well done Brooks!!

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Brooks starts career on PGA Tour in fine fashion

Brooks Koepka introduced himself to the PGA Tour with a tied 3rd finish at the Frys.com Open in San Martin, California.

This was Brooks first regular PGA Tour event and he was leading after day 2 and 3. A final day surge from Jimmy Walker saw Brooks fall off the top spot but he can look back proudly on a great opening event. Roll on Vegas!