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Bryson DeChambeau vs Brooks Koepka Tips - Who will win The Match 5 in Las Vegas?
- Capital One's The Match 5 takes place on November 26
- The match takes place at the Wynn Golf Club, Las Vegas
- DeChambeau has won 8 PGA Tour Titles, including one Major
- Koepka has won 8 PGA Tour Titles, including four Majors
- Preview, stats and tips
Bryson DeChambeau and Brooks Koepka go head to head in The Match (Getty Images)
Bryson DeChambeau and Brooks Koepka go head to head in Capital One's The Match 5 on November 26 at the Wynn Golf Club in Las Vegas.
DeChambeau, who has won eight PGA Tour titles including one Major, and Koepka, who has also won eight PGA Tour titles including four majors, have not seen eye-to-eye in recent years.
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Bryson DeChambeau is currently ranked 7th in the world and has played 20 tournaments in 2021.
DeChambeau won the Arnold Palmer Invitational, placed T3 at the Players Championship in March and was runner-up at the BMW Championship in August.
He also has three top-10 finishes this season and has missed the cut only twice all year.
DeChambeau has scored an average of 34.59 during his first nine holes in 2021.
DeChambeau's match play singles record is three wins, five losses, and one tie from nine matches played in his career.
He has not played since the Ryder Cup in September and will need to be on point with his matchplay game to push Koepka all the way.
Brooks Koepka has not had the best second half of the year, which has seen him slip from 8th in the world in July to 16th as of mid-November.
Koepka won the Phoenix Open and was runner-up at the Workday Championship in February. He then finished T2 at the PGA Championship in May.
Koepka placed T4 at the US Open, T5 at the Travelers Championship and T6 at the Open Championship.
Since that result, Koepka has had one top-25 finish and missed the cut twice from eight starts.
Koepka has scored an average of 34.86 during his first nine holes in 2021.
Koepka's match play singles record is ten wins, seven losses, and two ties from nineteen matches played in his career.
Koepka is an exceptional pressure player, having captured four major titles in his career. He has also shown to be very good in the matchplay format, but does he have what it takes to beat DeChambeau?
The Match 5 will be played over 12 holes instead of the usual 18 and follows the typical matchplay rule format.
By shortening the round, there will be less time for recovery for either golfer if they fall behind too far in the first six holes, which makes for a more entertaining scenario on the outcome.