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    (CNN)It proved less of a match, more a walk in the park for Brooks Koepka.So much so that the fifth edition of "The Match" in Las Vegas, which was scheduled to be over 12 holes, didn't go the distance.Bryson DeChambeau didn't win a single hole, before conceding on the ninth as Koepka won 4&3 at the Wynn Golf Course."Man, I haven't seen a beatdown like this since me and Phil put it on [Peyton Manning] and Steph [Curry]," quipped commentator Charles Barkley, referring to when he partnered with six-time major champion Phil Mickelson in the third edition of "The Match." Brooks Koepka plays his shot from the 10th tee as Bryson DeChambeau looks on during Capital One's "The Match" at Wynn Golf Course on November 26, 2021 in Las Vegas, Nevada.Alongside Barkley, Mickelson was also a TV commentator for the match between Koepka and DeChambeau.Read MoreThe rivalry between Koepka and DeChambeau has brewed for over two years. It's been played out on golf courses and social media and has encompassed plenty of jibes and memes.It all began with a...
    The Match 2021 between Bryson DeChambeau and Brooks Koepka is a must-watch, so we have golf streams Reddit info and live results for the showdown. Bryson DeChambeau and Brooks Koepka have been going back and forth at one another — off the golf course for the most part, too — for well over two years at this point. On the day after Thanksgiving, though, they were finally going to be able to settle the score by facing off at Capital One’s The Match. The fifth edition of the event and perhaps the most high-profile since the inaugural one featuring Tiger Woods vs. Phil Mickelson, Bryson vs. Brooks offered a ton of intrigue, especially after a wild year that has escalated their beef a great deal. So this is definitely an event worth keeping track of every second of action as we track the live results and highlights from the 12-hole showdown.The Match 2021 score between Bryson Dechambeau and Brooks Koepka: Live results and highlights Hole 1: Halved (Pars) – Tied Hole 2: Brooks Koepka wins with birdie – Koepka 1...
    Brooks Koepka takes on rival Bryson DeChambeau in The Match on Friday but he unveiled his pitch-perfect golf cart for the showdown on Thanksgiving. In case you were blissfully unaware, Brooks Koepka and Bryson DeChambeau have been going after one another — both verbally and on social media — for well over two years at this point. On the day after Thanksgiving, however, they’ll settle their feud on the course. Back in October, Koepka and DeChambeau announced that they would face off on Friday, Nov. 26 in the fifth edition of Capital One’s The Match. Naturally, there have been jabs traded on Twitter between the two golfers leading up to the 12-hole showdown but the best trash talk of all might actually not require any words from either player. That’s because Brooks Koepka unveiled an all-timer of a golf cart on Thanksgiving Day, showing off the wheels he’ll be rocking at The Match on Friday — a cart featuring some of his most notable barbs and words from his feud with DeChambeau. Rolling in hot… #CapitalOnesTheMatch pic.twitter.com/UIurxrgGQm — Brooks Koepka...
    GET ready for golf's biggest feud to spill onto the course as Brooks Koepka takes on Bryson DeChambeau clash in Las Vegas. The American pair have been embroiled in a fierce rivalry over the past couple of years, although tensions appeared to have cooled in September as they helped USA win the Ryder Cup. JOIN SUN VEGAS: GET A FREE £10 BONUS WITH 100s OF GAMES TO PLAY AND NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED (Ts&Cs apply) 2The pair put their feud on hold to help USA to the Ryder CupCredit: Reuters There's been plenty of trash-talking online before this event though, which sees the pair go head-to-head in The Match. Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson were the last golf pair to undertake this event in 2018, which sees the players mic'd up as they complete challenges around Wynn Golf Club. When is Koepka vs DeChambeau? The golfing duel will take place on Friday, November 26. It will begin at 9pm GMT. The contest takes place over 12 holes, rumoured to be at Koepka's request. When he was asked, he...
    GOLF is often touted as an eloquent gentleman's sport, perfect for the rich, famous and the relaxed. But every so often, as it does in all sport, rivalry creeps in, and that's certainly the case with Ryder Cup stars Bryan DeChambeau and Brooks Koepka. 2Bryson DeChambeau and Brooks Koepka have one of golf's most heated rivalriesCredit: GettyThe pair have had their fair share of run-ins over the years and the feud continued at the recent PGA Championship, which was won by Phil Mickelson. Here's everything you need to know about DeChambeau and Koepka's fiery rivalry... Why do Bryson DeChambeau and Brooks Koepka hate each other? Their feud stems all the way back to 2018, when Koepka criticised how slow DeChambeau was playing. "I just don’t understand how it takes a minute and 20 seconds, a minute and 15 to hit a golf ball; it’s not that hard," Koepka said at the time. "It’s always between two clubs; there’s a miss short, there’s a miss long. It really drives me nuts." Most read in SportLive BlogUNITED LATEST Valverde...
    Golf loves a good rivalry, and right now there would seem to be something for everyone, depending on tastes. One is based on performance and admiration. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM "Honestly, it was the ‘Jin Young Ko Show’ today. It was really cool to witness," Nelly Korda said Sunday after the South Korean star shot a tournament-best 63 from the final group on the last day of the season to beat her out for LPGA player of the year. The other is rooted in petty arguments and trash talk. "My first impression of him was he was always a little cocky, just a little like, ‘I’m too cool for this game.' That was my first impression," Bryson DeChambeau said when asked about Brooks Koepka. "And he's kind of held up those standards so far." They will settle it Friday in Las Vegas in the latest iteration of "The Match," a made-for-TV exhibition, this one over 12 holes. Why only 12 holes? "Eighteen holes with him is a long time," Koepka said Monday evening. "I don't want...
    NAPLES, Fla. (AP) — Golf loves a good rivalry, and right now there would seem to be something for everyone, depending on tastes. One is based on performance and admiration. “Honestly, it was the ‘Jin Young Ko Show’ today. It was really cool to witness,” Nelly Korda said Sunday after the South Korean star shot a tournament-best 63 from the final group on the last day of the season to beat her out for LPGA player of the year. The other is rooted in petty arguments and trash talk. “My first impression of him was he was always a little cocky, just a little like, ‘I’m too cool for this game.’ That was my first impression,” Bryson DeChambeau said when asked about Brooks Koepka. “And he’s kind of held up those standards so far.” They will settle it Friday in Las Vegas in the latest iteration of “The Match,” a made-for-TV exhibition, this one over 12 holes. Why only 12 holes? “Eighteen holes with him is a long time,” Koepka said Monday evening. “I don’t want to be around him...
    In this article MTCHBryson DeChambeau poses for photos during Capital One's The Match: Champions For Change - Previews at The Reserve at Moonlight Basin on July 05, 2021 in Big Sky, Montana.Dylan Buell | Getty ImagesFollowing a day that families will spend trying to steer clear of politics and avoid fights, Turner Sports is counting on conflict and drama to lure viewers to its Black Friday golf showcase. Turner's network TNT is airing the fifth installment of The Match 5 on Nov. 26, a head-to-head game between PGA Tour golfers Bryson DeChambeau, 28, and Brooks Koepka, 31, who have emerged as heated rivals in the past couple years. The event starts at 4 p.m. Eastern time. The made-for-TV golf game began in 2018, when Tiger Woods teed off against Phil Mickelson. The two PGA icons helped Turner Sports, which is owned by AT&T's WarnerMedia, draw the highest-viewed golf game in cable history last year, in the midst of a pandemic and extended pause in live sports. This year, there will be plenty of fans on the course as well as...
    Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds go for a stroll in NYC, more celeb photos from Nov. 1-6 Tune Up Your Stock Portfolio for 2022 There is likely to be some drama in the PGA Tour event this week, as the 2021 World Wide Technology Championship tees off Thursday in Playa del Carmen, Mexico. The event at El Camaleon Golf Club at Mayakoba has been decided by one stroke in six of the past seven years. The high winds that plagued last week's Bermuda Championship aren't expected to be a factor on the Greg Norman-designed waterfront layout, and the scores there have historically been low. Viktor Hovland went 20 under par to win last year, and the defending champion leads a strong 2021 World Wide Technology Championship field that also includes Justin Thomas and Brooks Koepka.  © Provided by CBS Sports Thomas is the 14-1 favorite in Caesars Sportsbook's latest 2021 World Wide Technology Championship at Mayakoba golf odds, with Hovland the second favorite at 18-1. Other contenders in the 2021 World Wide Technology Championship include Abraham Ancer (20-1), Tony...
    Arizona could lose COVID relief funds over school mask mandates, feds say Farcical: Supreme Court questions claim of secrecy over post-9/11 torture A strong mix of up-and-coming PGA Tour players and established pros are set to tee off Thursday at TPC Summerlin in Las Vegas at the 2021 Shriners Children's Open. The field includes 11 of the top 25 players in the world, led by No. 8 Louis Oosthuizen and ninth-ranked Brooks Koepka. Norwegian star Viktor Hovland also is expected to be right in the mix alongside a youthful group featuring Sam Burns, the winner last week in Mississippi, and reigning PGA Tour Rookie of the Year Will Zalatoris. Caesars Sportsbook lists Hovland and Scottie Scheffler as the 22-1 co-favorites in its latest 2021 Shriners Children's Open odds, with Koepka, Burns, Zalatoris and Abraham Ancer all at 25-1.  © Provided by CBS Sports May 17, 2019; Bethpage, NY, USA; Bubba Watson plays his shot from the sixth tee during the second round of the PGA Championship golf tournament at Bethpage State Park - Black Course. Will Burns continue his...
    ‘Bachelor in Paradise’ Season 7 Finale: Who Got Engaged and Who Broke Up? A massive, defunct oil tanker off of Yemens coastline could sink or explode any day, costing the shipping industry billions and leaving millions of Yemenis in harms way Martin Laird will be trying to rekindle the magic when the PGA Tour hits Las Vegas for the 2021 Shriners Children's Open at TPC Summerlin. The 2021 Shriners Hospitals for Children Open tees off Thursday, and Laird will try to defend his title after winning last year in a playoff. It was the Scotsman's first PGA Tour win in more than seven years, and two of his four tour titles have come at Summerlin. He also lost in a playoff in 2010 while trying to defend his first Shriners title when Jonathan Byrd hit a walk-off hole-in-one for eagle on the fourth extra hole. Brooks Koepka and Viktor Hovland headline a 2021 Shriners Children's Open field that aso features Rickie Fowler, Patrick Reed and PGA Tour Rookie of the Year Will Zalatoris.   © Provided by CBS Sports...
    Charlie Sheens child support payments to Denise Richards dismissed New York Ethics Commission to Investigate How Andrew Cuomos $5.1M Book Deal Got Approved After an exciting finish at the Sanderson Farms Championship over the weekend, the PGA Tour starts to pick up its pace with a mini-Vegas swing beginning with this week's Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. This year's event will be featuring several stars, including multiple Ryder Cup participants. © Provided by CBS Sports Let's take a closer look at this week's contest with odds provided via Caesars Sportsbook. Event informationEvent: Shriners Hospitals for Children Open | Dates: Oct. 7-10 Location: TPC at Summerlin -- Las Vegas, Nevada Par: 71 | Purse: $7 millionThree things to know1. Which Brooks? Brooks Koepka will be one of the primary draws this week as he makes his 2021-22 PGA Tour season debut. As Ben Coley pointed out in his excellent preview, Koepka is prone to wild swings in finishes. Koepka has played 16 tournaments worldwide in 2021, and he's missed the cut, withdrawn or finished in the top six in 12...
    PAIGE SPIRANAC wants US captain Steve Stricker to pair rivals Brooks Koepka and Bryson DeChambeau together at the Ryder Cup. The ex-professional golfer and social media star, 28, believes the two major winners would be 'unstoppable' together at Whistling Straits. 4Ryder Cup team-mates Brooks Koepka and Bryson DeChambeau are rivalsCredit: Getty 4But Paige Spiranac wants the two golfers paired together at Whistling StraitsCredit: Instagram / @_paige.renee_ Spiranac tweeted: "Bryson/Brooks would be an unstoppable team. Pair them together. It’s what we all want." Koepka, 31, and DeChambeau, 28 share one of golf's fiercest rivalries after emerging as two of the sport's most prolific winners. The feud began in 2018 when Koepka criticised his fellow American for taking his time in between shots, claiming it 'drives me nuts'. DeChambeau then questioned his rival's physique, to which Koepka responded by sharing a picture of his four major titles. And in May, Koepka complained about the noisy spikes on DeChambeau's shoes as he walked behind him during an interview. Koepka stuttered when he heard the noise before telling his interviewer: "I lost my train...
    SHEBOYGAN, Wis. (AP) — Friction within the team is nothing new at the Ryder Cup. Except for the Americans. Europe has been dealing with it for decades, whether it was the enmity between Padraig Harrington and Sergio Garcia, the grievances Darren Clarke and Thomas Bjorn had with Colin Montgomerie or the general dislike between Ian Woosnam and Nick Faldo. It hasn’t kept the Europeans from winning with regularity. Woosnam and Faldo were even partners in 1987 at Muirfield Village and didn’t lose any of their four matches. But this is different. “I think it was kept pretty quiet. No one else was really involved,” Rory McIlroy said of past European squabbles. “The grievances on the other side have been pretty public.” A large part of that is due to social media, the space where Bryson DeChambeau and Brooks Koepka have waged a silly battle for the better part of two years. It reached an uncomfortable level in June when DeChambeau asked security at the Memorial to intervene when he was tired of hearing fans calling him, “Brooksie,” and Koepka responded...
    United States Ryder Cup captain Steve Stricker does not expect Tiger Woods to make an appearance at Whistling Straits this week as he continues his recovery from a car crash in February. Legendary golfer Woods has been a focal point of USA teams during the competition in years gone by but is not in the right state to be with the group during his rehabilitation from the accident, which saw the 15-major champion lifted out of the wreck by firefighters. He had been travelling at 84-87mph - double the 45mph speed limit - with his car flipping several times, and while Stricker says he is in constant communication with Woods, he poured scorn on suggestions he could be involved.  Tiger Woods will not be part of the USA's Ryder Cup team, confirms captain Steve Stricker RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Viktor Hovland taught himself how to play golf online and is... 'This time I know I am ready!': Matt Fitzpatrick insists he... Here come Team Europe! Padraig Harrington's squad jet out of... ...
    RYDER CUP captain Padraig Harrington hopes he and Spanish star Sergio Garcia bury their feud for the sake of Team Europe. The pair are known to have had a frosty relationship, with the Northern Irishman, 50, branding the 41-year-old a 'sore loser' in the past. 3Sergio Garcia was handed a wildcard pick by Team Europe's Ryder Cup captain Padraig Harrington, despite their differences in the pastCredit: Getty Images - Getty But Harrington handed Garcia, who has won the most amount of points in Ryder Cup history, a wildcard pick at the expense of Justin Rose. Harrington once said of Garcia: "I’m very strong on the etiquette of the game, so I don’t tolerate people spitting in the hole, throwing their shoes or throwing golf clubs. "That would be my attitude, and it would be quite clear where I came from. Then we went into the majors and obviously I beat him at the majors. I gave him every out I possibly could have at the 2007 Open. "I was as polite as I could and was as generous as I...
    AMERICAN Brooks Koepka hates that golf is a gentleman's game and wants to trash talk his opponents during rounds. The four-time major winner, 31, is looking forward to a more partisan atmosphere at this month's Ryder Cup at Whistling Straits. 2Brooks Koepka is one of golf's most competitive starsCredit: Getty Speaking to Golf Digest, Koepka said: "Golf isn’t really a sport where you trash talk, but I can trash talk with the best of them. "I don’t want to say gamesmanship is trash talk, but it borders the line. "If I go with my buddies, what I say to them is completely different. Every bad shot, you’re going to hear about it. "On tour, it’s more the little things. But the reality is, I take satisfaction from beating everybody more than anybody knows. "I take so much satisfaction that there’s something wrong in my head about it." Koepka is one of the more spiky professionals on the PGA Tour and has a particularly frosty relationship with Bryson DeChambeau. Most read in GolfLive BlogFOOTIE LIVE Lionel Messi struggling to settle...
    PAUL AZINGER has told Brooks Koepka to give his American Ryder Cup spot to someone else if he doesn't love the team. The former US Ryder Cup captain questioned Koepka's commitment to his American colleagues after he expressed doubts about the team format of the competition. 3Azinger reckons Koepka should give up his US Ryder Cup spot if he's not willing to be a team playerCredit: Getty 3Koepka said that he doesn't think it's fair to suffer for someone else's mistakesCredit: Getty Koepka doesn't reckon he should be punished when someone else misses their shot if he does well on his, making it clear he sees himself more as an individual. His comments rubbed Azinger the wrong way who thinks if Koepka - wrist injury that forced him out of the Tour Championship - doesn't want to embrace the team element, other players will. The 61-year-old, who led the US to their first Ryder Cup victory in 2008 since 1999 said to Golf.com: "I’m not sure he loves the Ryder Cup that much. "If he doesn’t love it, he...
    Rob Lowe Unveils ‘Parks and Recollection’ Podcast With Alan Yang Avoid These 11 Money Mistakes People Make in Their 40s ATLANTA, Ga. — Bryson DeChambeau walked through the short tunnel next to the first tee at East Lake Golf Club. It was the first official hole he would play since the PGA Tour levied its “no-Brooksie” mandate specifically aimed at protecting DeChambeau. How would the gallery around the first tee react? Would the chants of “Brooksie!” roll forth, damn the consequences? Would someone start a mocking “Bryyyyy-son” chant, or even loft a cup of beer in DeChambeau’s direction? Of course not. This is golf, not the student section at Sanford Stadium. A few voices did shout “Bryson!”, which probably doesn’t warrant expulsion since they were calling DeChambeau by his own name. He raised a hand and mouthed “thank you,” his face appearing to communicate gratitude. It had been a tough few days, after all, for DeChambeau. On Sunday, he lost a tense playoff in the BMW Championship to Patrick Cantlay, he lost his temper minutes later after hearing from...
    GOLF bosses have vowed to crack down on the Bryson-baiters, with warnings that big-mouthed fans will be kicked off the course. Bryson DeChambeau snapped after the latest dig over his feud with Brooks Koepka, telling a fan who yelled ‘Good job Brooksie” following his play-off defeat at the BMW Championship to “get the f*** out of here”. 1Some fans have targeted Bryson DeChambeau in recent monthsCredit: AP And PGA Tour boss Jay Monahan announced the wind-up merchants have gone too far. Monahan said: “We have seen issues as of late across the sports landscape where the pent-up demand for live sport plays out in an ugly way.  “Golf is not immune from unfortunate and disruptive behavior, although I would say that we do have the very best fans in the world. This is about just a few bad actors.  “But in some situations it's apparent that we have gotten away from the very civility and respect that are hallmarks to our great game.  “So we plan to introduce a code of conduct that recognises by coming to a PGA Tour event,...
    Watch the latest video at foxbusiness.com What began as friendly banter on Twitter morphed into a $250,000 charity golf match between Barstool Sports founder Dave Portnoy and star golfer Brooks Koepka. Even with concrete plans to settle their rivalry on the golf course, the trash talk hasn’t stopped. Portnoy joined Fox Business host Stuart Varney on Monday, where he discussed the upcoming match with Koepka and jabbed the famed golfer. “Let me say this about Brooks Koepka,” Portnoy said on Varney & Co. “He’s mentally weak and I’m mentally strong. Golf are all these country club kids, they’re not used to people being in their kitchen, in their brains. Brooks Koepka against other soft golfers, we’ll see how he does when the pressure is on.” Earlier this year, Koepka tweeted video of Portnoy’s golf swing and said, “I could beat you lefty.” Portnoy is left-handed while Koepka is a righty golfer. “Brooks started chirping that I have a terrible left-handed swing,” Portnoy explained to Varney. “Next thing I know, we have a $250,000 bet, the winner gets to choose the...
    After a strong performance at The Open Championship Friday, Brooks Koepka used his post-round interview as an opportunity to take a shot at his golf rival Bryson DeChambeau. On Thursday, DeChambeau walked off the golf course in frustration, blaming an erratic first round on his driver, which was designed specifically for him by Cobra. Passing the blame prompted a response from the club’s manufacturer, who fired back at DeChambeau for acting like an “8-year-old.” After Koepka went out and shot an impressive 4-under-par 70 in the second round, he took an unprompted, but obvious dig at DeChambeau. “Drove the ball great, love my driver,” Koepka told Todd Lewis of The Golf Channel. The two elite golfers have been going back and forth since at least 2019 when Koepka complained about DeChambeau’s “embarrassing” slow pace of play. In May, the golf feud reached a new height when Koepka was unable to hide his disdain as DeChambeau walked behind his interview with Lewis at The PGA Championship. Two months later, there remains no love lost between two of the sport’s elite golfers....
    Marvel Studios earns its 1st-ever major Emmy nominations thanks to WandaVision Steal These Money Secrets From 25 Millionaires Under 25 The way Brooks Koepka sees it, taking shots at Bryson DeChambeau is “fair game.” © Provided by Yahoo! Sports Brooks Koepka again talked about his ongoing feud with Bryson DeChambeau ahead of the British Open thiis week. (Harry Trump/R&A/Getty Images ) Koepka, speaking at Royal St George’s ahead of this week’s British Open, elaborated again on the feud between the two that has dominated the golf world in recent months. The whole thing started back at Liberty National for The Northern Trust, when the two apparently had a conversation in the locker room and put things to bed after Koepka had made a comment about DeChambeau’s slow play. That, though, didn’t last. After more comments made both in press conferences and on twitch, Koepka said any agreement they made is over — which has led to seemingly constant chirping in recent months. “We had a conversation at Liberty [National], and he didn't hold up his end of the bargain and...
    Bryson DeChambeau. AP Photo/Carlos Osorio Bryson DeChambeau was delighted with the idea of teaming up with Brooks Koepka at the Ryder Cup. "I'd love it," DeChambeau said. "I think we would do well, to be honest." Koepka was less interested, saying he could stand to be DeChambeau's teammate, but not his partner. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The rivalry between Bryson DeChambeau and Brooks Koepka has been the biggest story in golf for all of 2021, but their relationship could come to a head this fall at the Ryder Cup when the duo will almost certainly be teammates on Team USA. Given the Ryder Cup format, there is even the possibility that Brooks and Bryson could find themselves playing together as partners for a round in the event, putting aside their differences for the greater good of American golf. Speaking with the press ahead of the British Open, DeChambeau seemed entertained by the potential partnership. "I think it'd be kind of funny, actually. I'd love it," DeChambeau said when asked of a potential partnership with Brooks...
    AMERICAN golfer Brooks Koepka has yet again taken a swipe at rival Bryson DeChambeau following his shock split from caddie Tim Tucker. DeChambeau, 27, had Tucker by his side for all eight of his PGA Tour victories - including his triumph at the US Open last year. 2Brooks Koepka has teased Brsyon DeChambeau following his split with caddie Tim TuckerCredit: AP 2American golfers DeChambeau and Koepka have been embroiled in a feud since 2018Credit: Getty Images - Getty But he surprisingly parted company with the bagman on Wednesday just a day before the start of the Rocket Mortgage Classic. And his rival Koepka was quick to mock his compatriot as he took to social media to share a snap of him alongside his trusted caddie in a not-so-subtle dig. He tweeted: "Couldn’t do it without my guy Rick! Best friend and greatest caddie to do it @RickyElliot appreciation day." A fan then jokingly asked: "Not a big golfer. How often do caddies quit right before a tournament starts? Not asking for any particular reason. Just curious." To which four-time Major winner...
    see also Bryson DeChambeau: Brooks Koepka’s jabs have gone ‘too far’ in rivalry For a feud that began over slow play, the Bryson... The Brooks Koepka-Bryson DeChambeau feud is still alive and well. After DeChambeau revealed he and his caddie, Tim Tucker, would not be working together for the immediate future — Tucker was nowhere to be seen at the Rocket Mortgage Classic at the Detroit Golf Club — Koepka took the opportunity to add another chapter to golf’s on-going rivalry. Koepka, not playing in the Classic, mocked his longtime foe with a gushing tweet about his relationship with his own caddie, Ricky Elliot. “Couldn’t do it without my guy Rick!” Koepka wrote. “Best friend and greatest caddie to do it! @RickyElliott appreciation day!” This is just the latest edition of the continuous feud between the pair that goes back to 2019 when Koepka complained about DeChambeau’s meticulous, but slow speed of play. DeChambeau fired back that the 31-year-old did not have abs in the ESPN’s “The Body Issue.” Koepka responded with a GIF that not-so-subtly accused DeChambeau...
    Brooks Koepka. Drew Hallowell/Getty Images Bryson DeChambeau and caddie Tim Tucker have reportedly split. Brooks Koepka, DeChambeau's arch-rival, wasted no time in taking a shot at the golfer. Koepka and DeChambeau now have quite a history of trolling, and generally hating each other. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Brooks Koepka is not done bullying Bryson DeChambeau. The hottest rivalry in golf wrote another chapter this week at the start of the Rocket Mortgage Classic at the Detroit Golf Club. Before DeChambeau teed off in the first round on Thursday, it was reported that he and caddie Tim Tucker would be taking some time apart. Tucker had been on DeChambeau's bag at the start of the week, but before the first round, something changed. ESPN referred to the split as a "break" and noted that DeChambeau "did not specify how long the break would be." The golf podcast "No Laying Up" wrote on Twitter that "they are unlikely to work together again." Player-caddie splits are not uncommon in the sport, and DeChambeau and Tucker have parted ways...
    Brooks Koepka has no interest in becoming friends with Bryson DeChambeau. Tension between the two star golfers has boiled over ever since a leaked video showed Koepka unable to contain his disdain during an interview for his rival. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) pic.twitter.com/3srKOsPG0r — Compress The Ball (@golfthatball) May 26, 2021 Ever since then, it’s been nonstop sniping between the pair and fans. Well, does Koepka have any interest in peace? Not at all. pic.twitter.com/kskY3cEzRJ — Brooks Koepka (@BKoepka) May 26, 2021 During an interview on ESPN, he was asked what he’d talk about with DeChambeau if they sat down for some beers, and he replied, “There’s not much to talk about…This whole thing started basically because of him. So, I’ll leave it at that. We’ll see, but I don’t see us having dinner or drinks of Michelob Ultra just to settle it.” You can watch his full comments below. It’s @TravelersChamp week in CT! I attempted a peace making summit between @BKoepka and @b_dechambeau… pic.twitter.com/emcHbFL4dK — Matt Barrie (@MattBarrie)...
    The jump heard round the world? Or just a desperate attempt at fueling the fire between two of the biggest stars on the PGA Tour, Bryson DeChambeau and Brooks Koepka. After his first round at the U.S. Open on Thursday, Koepka was about to be interviewed by the Golf Channel’s Todd Lewis when DeChambeau tried to videobomb the spot. DeChambeau can be seen jumping and waving his arm over a fence behind Koepka. His wave occurred before the interview was underway, but rolling cameras still caught the videobomb attempt. The Golf Channel later aired the clip, led by play-by-play commentary from Lewis. “Bryson DeChambeau in the background, playfully jumping, having a bit of fun, no real animosity there,” Lewis said before adding, “I’m not sure if this video will go viral or not, we shall see.” The handwave was not viral worthy, especially when compared to last month at the PGA Championship, where DeChambeau more obviously interrupted Koepka’s interview with Lewis, escalating their feud. DeChambeau’s passing comment sparked a dramatic eye roll from Koepka who displayed obvious disdain for his...
    The latest chapter in the Bryson DeChambeau-Brooks Koepka feud isn’t so bitter.  While Koepka awaited the start of his interview with Golf Channel’s Todd Lewis, DeChambeau walked past in the background. Seeing Koepka and Lewis together, DeChambeau jumped in the air and waved his arms around as he walked by.  “People were thinking that I was doing something at the PGA Championship,” DeChambeau said Thursday at the U.S. Open. “I wasn’t doing anything. (Today) I saw the opportunity and I just had fun with it.”  The long-standing DeChambeau-Koepka saga re-ignited at last month’s PGA Championship. In a leaked viral interview, DeChambeau mocked Koepka’s answer in a Golf Channel standup. The feud began back in 2019, when Koepka ripped DeChambeau for his slow play on the course. Last year, DeChambeau jabbed back, ridiculing Koepka’s lack of abs in his appearance in ESPN Magazine’s Body Issue.  Bryson DeChambeau; Brooks KoepkaGetty Images Speaking to reporters on Tuesday, Koepka offered a blunt assessment of his current relationship with DeChambeau. “I wouldn’t even characterize it as a conflict,” he said. “We don’t like...
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    Rory Mcllroy thinks golf’s latest feud could benefit his European Ryder Cup team. see also Brooks Koepka-Bryson DeChambeau feud is frustrating Ryder Cup Captain Brooks Koepka doesn’t think his beef with Bryson DeChambeau would... The four-time major champion weighed in on the internet-obsessed feud between fellow golfers Brooks Koepka and Bryson DeChambeau while at Torrey Pines ahead of this week’s US Open. While he is not sure the ongoing rift benefits the game of golf — as Koepka contends — McIlroy does think it’ll certainly carry significant weight this fall at the Ryder Cup. “100 percent!” a laughing McIlroy told Taylor Zarzour on SiriusXM’s PGA TOUR Radio Wednesday, when asked if he thinks the duo’s feud helps the European team’s chances in the September competition. “Yeah, I’m sure [Steve] Stricker will straighten them out before they get to Whistling Straits,” he said about the U.S. Ryder Cup team captain. Brooks Koepka; Rory McIlroy; Bryson DeChambeauGetty images The 43rd Ryder Cup, which was scheduled to be played a year ago, was postponed due to COVID-19. The matches, between the...
    (CNN)It began with a look of pure annoyance and frustration, spiraled into a meme and then a beer company got involved. Yes, everybody is talking about the ongoing spat between golfers Brooks Koepka and Bryson DeChambeau.A video clip of Koepka losing his train of thought "hearing that bulls**t" as DeChambeau walked behind him in the middle of an interview went viral at May's PGA Championship.And so a new template for the next viral meme was born, with the most willing user being NFL superstar and seven-time Super Bowl winner Tom Brady. The 43-year-old quarterback trolled DeChambeau upon the announcement of both their involvement in the upcoming 'The Match III' -- alongside Phil Mickelson and Aaron Rodgers -- with a series of memes aimed at the 2020 U.S. Open winner. pic.twitter.com/85G0OKpdOA— Tom Brady (@TomBrady) May 26, 2021 The feud between Koepka and DeChambeau has continued to simmer. Fans heckled DeChambeau at the Memorial Tournament, shouting "Brooksie" as he walked past, and reportedly being ejected from the event as a result. Read MoreThen Koepka posted a video offering free beer for...
    More On: us open golf All of Westchester native’s dreams can come true at US Open Golf expert makes his US Open picks Golfers worth a wager at the US Open Jordan Spieth back at US Open with rediscovered confidence SAN DIEGO — Lee Westwood had a terrific run of golf in March, with back-to-back runner-up finishes at the Arnold Palmer Invitational and the Players Championship. Since then, his form has sagged with only one top-20 finish in seven tournaments. That hasn’t prevented Westwood from enjoying life. He married his longtime girlfriend and caddie, Helen Storey, last week in Las Vegas, where he posted a picture and this message on Instagram: “Not just here for the hockey! We said I do! #VivaLasVegas.’’ “This week’s going to be new — it’s going to be husband and wife,” Westwood said Wednesday ahead of the U.S. Open. “She might kind of give me the elbow a bit more often, but it’s a very relaxed relationship anyway. We just enjoy ourselves, trying to have a good time out there.” Asked if this week...
    They were granted parole, but waited months to be released. A new report reveals why. Kim warns of tense food situation, longer COVID lockdown The USGA decided not to grant the golf world its wish. During the 2021 U.S. Open, rivals Brooks Koepka and Bryson DeChambeau will not be playing together — at least not for the first two rounds. Instead, DeChambeau will be paired with Hideki Matsuyama and Tyler Strafaci while Koepka will be playing with Collin Morikawa and Justin Thomas. And apparently, there is a reason for that. According to Brad Faxon, the USGA did consider pairing DeChambeau and Koepka but their efforts to do so were rebuffed by DeChambeau. "I found out last night that the USGA did call Bryson DeChambeau and his agent to ask them if they'd be OK with that, and Bryson declined," Faxon said. MORE: Full pairings, tee times for the first two rounds of the U.S. Open This about lines up with what Rick Reilly said in a deleted tweet. Reilly claimed that the USGA wanted the past three winners of the event — Koepka,...
    More On: us open golf Oddsmakers, bettors have different view on Phil Mickelson’s US Open chances US Open’s best story is unknown who nearly lost everything This Phil Mickelson storyline isn’t the whole truth Phil Mickelson isn’t only compelling US Open storyline SAN DIEGO — The golf world waited with anticipation on Tuesday to see if the USGA would place Brooks Koepka and Bryson DeChambeau in the same group for the first two rounds of the U.S. Open this week at Torrey Pines. To the disappointment of many, the USGA stayed steered clear of the drama brewing between the two and paired DeChambeau, the defending champion, with reigning Masters champion Hideki Matsuyama and Tyler Strafaci, and Koepka with Collin Morikawa and Justin Thomas. Koepka’s disdain for DeChambeau became publicly evident shortly after the PGA Championship last month at Kiawah Island when an interview with the Golf Channel that never aired was leaked out, showing Koepka ridiculing DeChambeau and using profanity. The issue escalated at the Memorial Tournament two weeks ago when DeChambeau had some fans in the gallery calling...
    Meet Romeo! Jersey Shores Mike, Lauren Sorrentino Share Baby Boys Pics The Average Retirement Age in Every State Phil Mickleson is a long shot, but he made history less than a month ago and now takes on his hometown course when the 2021 U.S. Open tees off Thursday at Torrey Pines. Mickelson, who grew up in San Diego, became the oldest major champion in history when he won the PGA Championship at Kiawah Island on May 23. He lives near Torrey Pines and has spent the past two weeks at the course to prepare for the tournament. He has been a US Open runner-up six times and needs a win to complete his career grand slam. © Provided by CBS Sports Aug 22, 2020; Norton, Massachusetts, USA; Dustin Johnson hits his tee shot on the fifth hole during the third round of The Northern Trust golf tournament at TPC of Boston. World No. 3 Jon Rahm is the 10-1 favorite in the latest 2021 U.S. Open odds from William Hill Sportsbook. Top-ranked Dustin Johnson is the second choice at...
    PAUL MCGINLEY has blasted Brooks Koepka for ramping up his feud with Bryson DeChambeau - by offering free beer to the yobs who heckled the reigning US Open champion. Former Ryder Cup captain McGinley says Koepka “crossed the line” by encouraging the loudmouth fans who yelled “Go Brooksy” at DeChambeau. 3Brooks Koepka crossed the line in his feud with Bryson DeChambeau, Paul McGinley saidCredit: AP 3Bryson DeChambeau plays a practice round with Phil Mickelson at Torrey Pines on MondayCredit: Getty And he believes and said the US Golf Association will have to step up their security at Torrey Pines this week to prevent DeChambeau being targeted again. McGinley, who is at Torrey as a Sky commentator, commented: “There’s no doubt Bryson copped a lot of stick at Memorial, and there’s a real danger it could happen again. “I thought Brooks crossed the line when he went onto social media, and encouraged them by saying if you do get kicked out I’ll give you a case of beer. “As a result of that I do think there might be some heckling...
    Brooks Koepka vs. Bryson DeChambeau is the hottest rivalry in golf. AP Photo/Charlie Riedel; AP Photo/Mark Humphrey Brooks Koepka and Bryson DeChambeau don't like each other. Recently, Koepka fans trolled DeChambeau at a tournament Koepka wasn't even playing in. Both players say the rivalry isn't a big deal and may be good for the game. It could come to a head at the US Open. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The rivalry between Brooks Koepka and Bryson DeChambeau is only getting hotter. What started with Koepka criticizing DeChambeau for his slow pace of play years ago has grown into an ongoing stare-down between two of the best players in golf. Bryson mocked Brooks for lacking six-pack abs. Brooks mocked Bryson for lacking in major victories. Then, after DeChambeau bulked up during quarantine, Koepka not-so-subtlely accused him of using steroids by tweeting a GIF from HBO's "Eastbound and Down." The ongoing exchange has been a joy to watch for golf fans. That's only enhanced by the fact that both men are doing everything they can to show...
    Headed to Houston! Meet the Married at First Sight Season 13 Cast 5 Product Packages That Have Been Downsized — or Upsized The world's top golfers will face a familiar course next week when the 2021 U.S. Open tees off Thursday, June 17 at Torrey Pines near San Diego. This is the second time the major championship will be played at the course, which also hosts the Farmers Insurance Open. The last time the U.S. Open was played on the course, Tiger Woods won an epic duel with Rocco Mediate in 2008 with a par on the first sudden-death hole following 72 holes and an 18-hole playoff. Bryson DeChambeau is the defending champion after winning his first major championship at Winged Foot in September. © Provided by CBS Sports Sep 9, 2016; Carmel, IN, USA; Dustin Johnson hits a tee shot during the second round Friday at the BMW Championship at Crooked Stick GC. Mandatory Credit: Thomas J. Russo-USA TODAY Sports Jon Rahm is the 10-1 favorite in the latest 2021 U.S. Open odds from William Hill Sportsbook, with...
    More On: brooks koepka Golf star taunted as heated feud takes twist How viral ‘bulls–t’ video of feuding golf stars leaked The dangerous side of sports’ return to normal Here’s who to blame for sports fans’ increasingly vulgar behavior Golf is normally a gentleman’s game, but recently that has not been the case. Brooks Koepka and Bryson DeChambeau have been anything but gentleman-like to each other. The bickering recently picked up when a loud DeChambeau walked past Koepka during an interview with the media, which Koepka called “bulls–t.” The battle then continued through social media and stretched onto the course. Koepka told ESPN that he thinks his evolving feud is a good thing for golf. “It’s growing the game,” Koepka said. “The younger generation – I get the traditionalists who don’t agree with it. I understand that, but I think to grow the game you’ve got to reach out to the younger generation, and I don’t want to say that’s what this is, but it’s reaching out to a whole bunch of people. It’s getting golf in front...
    Police did not clear Lafayette Park so Trump could hold Bible photo op: Watchdog Keystone pipeline canceled after Biden had blocked permit Given its reputation as a gentleman's game, golf is not normally the sort of sport that sees bitter feuds between competitors play out in public. That makes it all that more noteworthy that the hottest topic in the PGA over the last few weeks has been an ongoing war of words between two of the biggest names in the sport: Brooks Koepka and Bryson DeChambeau. © Provided by CBS Sports Over the past several weeks, a feud between Koepka and DeChambeau -- dating back the past two years -- has spilled into the public eye, causing considerable buzz during golf's major season. From Koepka's side of the dispute, the four-time major champion has raised DeChambeau's ire with a pair of stunts, such as openly displaying his contempt for the U.S. Open champion during an interview and offering free beer to anyone ejected from the Memorial Tournament for heckling DeChambeau. Speaking to reporters about his feud with DeChambeau,...
    Brooks Koepka insists his ongoing rivalry with fellow major champion Bryson DeChambeau is good for golf. Koepka is at the inaugural Palmetto Championship this week, his first event since a video interview outtake at the PGA Championship last month showed the four-time major champ rolling his eyes as DeChambeau walked behind him. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM The clip was not supposed to be shown, yet it was posted on social media and picked up more than 10 million views before it was removed. To Koepka, the video put the attention squarely on golf for a social media-savvy generation essential for the game's growth. "I get the traditionalists who don't agree with it. I understand that, but I think to grow the game you’ve got to reach out to the younger generation," he said Wednesday. "I don't want to say that's what this is, but it's reaching out to a whole bunch of people. It's getting golf in front of people. I think it's good for the game." And it didn't end at the PGA Championship. After...
    White CEO attends Black flight attendants wedding a year after viral meeting Senate GOP blocks paycheck fairness bill aimed at closing gender gap It has not been a banner year for Dustin Johnson, who is hoping that familiar surroundings can turn things around when he tees it up Thursday in the 2021 Palmetto Championship in South Carolina. Although this is the first PGA Tour stop for the Palmetto Championship, world No. 1 Johnson will be playing in the state where he was born and played collegiately at Coastal Carolina. Although he missed the cut at the PGA Championship in his last event, also held in South Carolina, Johnson is the 8-1 co-favorite along with Brooks Koepka in the latest 2021 Palmetto Championship odds from William Hill Sportsbook. © Provided by CBS Sports May 17, 2019; Bethpage, NY, USA; Bubba Watson plays his shot from the sixth tee during the second round of the PGA Championship golf tournament at Bethpage State Park - Black Course. With the U.S. Open scheduled for next week on the opposite coast in San Diego...
    RORY MCILROY has withdrawn from Wednesday's pro-am and cancelled his press conference due to 'personal reasons'. The Northern Irishman was set to tee off on Thursday for Round 1 at The Memorial at Muirfield Village. 1Rory McIlroy has pulled out of the pro-amCredit: Reuters Golf channel reporter Rex Hoggard confirmed the news on Twitter and wrote: "Rory McIlroy withdrew from Wednesday's pro-am at the Memorial and also cancelled his press conference. "According to Tour official he cited personal reasons for the WD (withdrawal)." The 32-year-old has yet to comment on his withdrawal on social media. McIlroy has endured a tough run of form and struggled to make an impact at the recent PGA Championship. He finished just inside the top-50 as he awaits his first major win since 2014. Earlier in May, McIlroy picked up his first win in 18 months with victory at the Wells Fargo Championship. Last September he and wife Erica announced the birth of their first child, named Poppy. Rory McIlroy withdrew from Wednesdays pro-am at the Memorial and also cancelled his...
    More On: golf Terrifying video shows golfer getting attacked by massive ‘f–king’ swan Tiger opens up for first time since car crash about excruciating recovery, golf future No one is loving this spiraling golf feud more than Paige Spiranac Exploding Brooks Koepka-Bryson DeChambeau feud takes Aaron Rodgers twist The video was an instant viral sensation, adding to an already fascinating golf feud between Brooks Koepka and Bryson DeChambeau. Tom Brady used it as a meme on social media. It received millions of views. The question, though, remained: How did the NBC clip during the PGA Championship of Koepka showing his obvious disdain and muttering under his breath about DeChambeau, who was walking by during the shot, leak? There have been theories that it was intentional. But it simply came down to a random Twitter user named @RJWinfield stumbling into it and posting the video, according to Golf.com. Winfield found it from a separate tweet, which had sent the link to MediaSilo, a secure way to share videos. It’s basically a private version of YouTube. Winfield downloaded the video and...
    PAIGE SPIRANAC has admitted she 'would pay an unlimited amount' to watch golf rivals Brooks Koepka and Bryson DeChambeau fight each other. Spiranac, a former golf pro, tweeted following another twist in the pair's fractured relationship. 3Koepka was furious with DeChambeau during an interview at the PGA Championship 3Spiranac took great enjoyment from the golfers' feudCredit: Instagram @_paige.renee 3Koepka and DeChambeau appear to really dislike one anotherCredit: Getty Koepka's disdain for DeChambeau was highlighted during an interview at the PGA Championship. When DeChambeau walked behind him in the background, Koepka stopped his answer before saying: "I f*****g lost my train of my thought hearing that bull****.  F*****g Christ." And they then continued their feud on Wednesday when Koepka made fun of NFL star Aaron Rodgers after he was paired with DeChambeau for a charity match against Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady in July. Koepka tweeted: "Sorry bro," to Rodgers before DeChambeau replied: "It’s nice to be living rent free in...
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