Brooks Koepka left a jaw-dropping tip on a haircut before his course-record round at the PGA Championship

Brooks KoepkaAP Photo/David J. PhillipBrooks Koepka gave a massive tip to his barber ahead of his first round at the PGA Championship at Bethpage Black.AP Photo/David J. Phillip

  • Brooks Koepka dominated the first round of the PGA Championship, shooting a course-record 63 at Bethpage Black.
  • Ahead of the first round, Koepka got a fresh haircut from barber Q-Stylezz, paying $1,000 for a haircut.
  • Conflicting reports said that either $500 or $800 of that total was just the tip.
  • Q-Stylezz thanked Koepka on Instagram.
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Brooks Koepka looked great during his first round of the PGA Championship at Bethpage Black.

Even before he took to the course to shoot an impressive 7-under 63, Koepka was already looking sharp, thanks to a haircut from barber Q-Stylezz.

Perusing through his Instagram page, Q-Stylezz appears to have helped out quite a few athletes with a fresh cut, including Serge Ibaka and Sterling Shepard.

Koepka showed his thanks for the trim in the form of a massive tip. In a picture posted to Q-Stylezz's Instagram story, the barber showed off $1,000 cash left by the reigning Player of the Year.

According to Golf Digest, the tip was $800 on top of the price of  Q-Stylezz's services. UPI reported that the tip was $500. But regardless of what the list price was for Koepka's cut, it's clear he left a healthy extra bit of cash as a thank you.

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Koepka's good karma was returned to him during his first round, kicking off the PGA Championship with a bogey-free course-record 63, setting him up as the early clubhouse leader at Bethpage Black.

Maybe a few other players will decide to call up Q-Stylezz ahead of the second round.

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