Brooks Koepka has proven yet again that his feud with Bryson DeChambeau is one of the best things going for golf right now.
Video surfaced Monday night of Koepka giving an interview with CBS following the second round of the PGA Championship, based on clothes he and DeChambeau wore. Koepka, seemingly already agitated — just check out that eye roll at the start of the interview — had to stop in the middle of an answer after DeChambeau seemed to say something as he passed:
Warning: Explicit language used.
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If looks could kill.
It’s uncertain what DeChambeau said as he passed the eventual runner-up at the 2021 PGA Championship (DeChambeau finished tied for 38th at 3 over). But according to replies in the tweet thread, DeChambeau said, “Maybe you should hit it on the right line” after Koepka said he found the course “difficult to read.”
This would explain Koepka’s reaction after DeChambeau exited the frame:
“I f— lost it,” Koepka said. “Sorry, I lost my train of thought hearing that bulls—.”
Koepka and DeChambeau’s feud started in January 2019, when the former complained about DeChambeau’s slow pace of play. It has escalated over recent years, with the feud becoming one of the most fascinating storylines in this new generation of golfers. The fact they are both ranked in the top 10 of the World Golf Rankings certainly adds to the intrigue.
Now, if only the PGA had the guts to pair them together in the first two rounds of the U.S. Open on June 17 and 18.
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