Bryson DeChambeau and Brooks Koepka put their variations apart to assist the U.S. overcome Europe for its first Ryder Cup title since 2016, however the dueling duo appeared to place an finish to the drama all along with a heat hug to shut out the celebrations.
Justin Thomas egged the 2 on throughout the postmatch information convention on Sunday simply to “show” how unified the U.S. was heading into the competitors.
“I believe earlier than that is throughout we must always have Brooks and Bryson hug in the midst of the room. To show how a lot of a workforce we’re, they will hug.”
Thomas started singing “Why Cannot We Be Pals” as DeChambeau and Koepka embraced in the midst of the room. Even a number of “Brooksie” chants emerged from the group.
The feud between Koepka and DeChambeau has been brewing for a while, with the latter normally ending up on the improper aspect of it. Over the summer season, issues took a flip for the more serious when the PGA Tour introduced it might be limiting fan engagement in response to an incident on the BMW Championship the place a fan shouted “Brooksie” at DeChambeau, leading to a heated change.
A number of golfers got here out in protection of him – even Koepka admitted that there have been instances the place fan conduct has been “slightly extreme.”
U.S. captain Steve Stricker mentioned within the days main as much as the Ryder Cup that he wasn’t involved about any drama between the 2 impacting their recreation.
“We obtained collectively a number of weeks in the past… and I’ve had conversations with them each. They’ve assured me it isn’t going to be a difficulty. I’ve no worries by any means.”
Koepka and DeChambeau actually proved that. They had been all smiles all through the occasion and Koepka was certain to let his followers on social media know that.