Brooks Koepka is the No.1 golfer on the planet.
But he was upstaged by girlfriend Jena Sims at the ESPY Awards on Wednesday.
Koepka and Sims were both looking sharp as they stepped onto the red carpet, but the famous WAG was the talk of the sporting and fashion worlds afterwards.
“Rare footage of Brooks and myself fully clothed! Well, almost,” Sims posted on Instagram.
According to Alyssa Norwin of Hollywood Life: “Jena just may have won the red carpet with her super sexy pink ensemble!”
“The former pageant queen wore a long-sleeved pink dress, which featured a plunging neckline that revealed insane cleavage.
“Although Jena was definitely at risk of a wardrobe malfunction in the risque ensemble, she posed confidently and looked incredible.”
In article titled ‘These Women Upstaged Their Famous Dates at the 2019 ESPY Awards’, Ella Chochrek of Footwear News said: “Some TV viewers felt the most memorable looks of the night belonged not to the sports stars, but to their lesser-known dates.
“[Sims] wowed in a plunging bubblegum pink dress with a low neckline and thigh-high slit, which gave us a glimpse of her nude Louboutin sandals with crisscross straps.
And Alex Myers of The Loop said: “Jena Sims dominates ESPYS style like Brooks Koepka dominates major championships.”
Social media was also abuzz.
Brooks Koepka and his girlfriend Jena Sims have made their way to the ESPYS where Brooks is nominated for Best Male Athlete of the Year. 💯 pic.twitter.com/lRIJTWBWuV— Golf Digest (@GolfDigest) July 11, 2019
After seeing this amazing neon pink dress at the #ESPYs, Jena Sims is officially my number one girl crush— Shana Wachowski (@slyons330) July 11, 2019
Good luck charm
Ever since Koepka started dating Sims, all he’s done is win.
In May, the American cemented his status as the most dominant golfer at the majors since Tiger Woods in his pomp, winning his second US PGA Championship.
The 29-year-old's two-shot win from Dustin Johnson meant he became the first male golfer in history to hold two different majors back-to-back at the same time.
He also became the first to win his first four majors in two years - a run that has propelled him back past Johnson to the world No.1 ranking for a fourth time.
“I’m pretty lucky that my actual job isn’t a 9 to 5, so it really gives me flexibility to go out and watch Brooks,” she told The Loop recently.
“I love being able to support Brooks and watch him because he’s so talented. It’s so much fun to watch him.
"He’ll say to me all the time: ‘It must be so boring walking around in the crowd watching me play.’ And I’m like, no way. I actually really enjoy it.
“I grew up around golf; my dad is a huge golfer. So I really enjoy watching him and being around there.”
With Sims by his side, Koepka became the first player since Woods (1999-2001) to win four US-based majors from six starts.
He also joined Woods (1999-2000 and 2006-2007) as the only players to win back-to-back PGA Championships since it moved to stroke play in 1958.