It must suck when you win the U.S. Open and your stunning girlfriend gets all the attention. That’s pretty much what happened to Brooks Koepka after he took home the title and posed with his sexy model other-half Jena Sims. The model-actress was thrown into the spotlight immediately after her man won the tournament, thanks to a heck of a blunder by Fox broadcaster Joe Buck, who identified her as Becky Edwards, Koepka’s ex, and then was corrected on air. Oops!

It’s pretty cool for him to be a champion and all, but honestly, we’re more interested in her.

After doing some research, we figured out why he snatched her up, other than because of her good looks, of course. Here’s why she’s total girlfriend material.

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1. She’s a former beauty queen.
The 28-year-old Georgia native who was crowned Miss Junior National Teenager in 2005. 

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2. She’s a professional actress.
Yep, she makes her own money, too. She’s been modeling and acting in shows like Entourage, Dexter and yes, Sharknado for over ten years now.

3. She’s not too afraid to take on cheesy roles in order to get her career going.
Her first big screen credit was in the cornball movie Attack of the 50 Ft. Cheerleader. There’s not much to tell you about the flick, other than to watch the clip above if you want to see her in action. Oh and yes, there are multiple topless scenes.

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4. She’s a huge sports fan.
It’s not surprising that she has a professional athlete boyfriend. She makes it obvious on her Instagram page that she’s into football, basketball, bowling and swimming. Who doesn’t like a chick that’s into sports?

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5. She’s sexy AF.
We know we’re stating the obvious here, but Jena’s not afraid to post eye-catching photos on the ‘Gram. She’s built like no other and isn’t afraid to flaunt what she’s got. We’re pretty sure no one is complaining about that, either.

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Well played, Brooks. Well played.