There's no stopping Brooks Koepka at this point.

The four-time major champion picked up his third win of the season Sunday at the World Golf Championships-FedEx St. Jude Invitational.

It's Koepka's seventh PGA Tour victory as the power hitter has proven he can show up on golf's biggest stages in majors – including the 2019 PGA Championship – as well as week-to-week tournaments.

It was also Koepka's first World Golf Championship win.

Koepka used a bogey-free round to help inch up the leaderboard. He carded a 5-under 65 on the day to finish 16 under for the tournament.

He missed a birdie putt on the par-4 18th hole which would have tied the low round of the day – carded by runner-up Webb Simpson – but still managed to pull away from the field by three strokes.

Simpson's round was highlighted with an eagle on the par-5 3rd hole but a bogey just before making the turn sullied his scorecard. He shot 6-under 64 to go 13 under through the week.

Marc Leishman, who also climbed up the leaderboard, rounded out the top three (12 under) after finishing 3-under 67 on the day.

The 54-hole leader, Rory McIlroy, fell into a tie for fourth place (11 under) and joined Tommy Fleetwood and Matthew Fitzpatrick.

McIlroy fell victim to two bogeys on his back nine and did not card enough birdies to make up for it, finishing the day with just one. It was his highest round during the event at 1-over 71.

Jon Rahm finished seventh (10 under) and Ian Poulter placed eighth (9 under). Bubba Watson and Billy Horschel tied for ninth (8 under) while Justin Rose finished solo 11th (7 under).

This was one of the last tournaments before the FedEx Cup Playoffs begin August 8.

Koepka currently has a hold on the top spot in the FedEx Cup standings.

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