In a leaked video, Brooks Koepka renews his feud with Bryson DeChambeau.
During an interview at the PGA Championship, Brooks Koepka barely contained his contempt for Bryson DeChambeau as the current U.S. Open champion walked past him. The video only added to the rumors of a brewing feud between the two.
Following the second round of the PGA Championship on Friday at Kiawah Island, South Carolina, Koepka is interviewed by Golf Channel reporter Todd Lewis in the video, which went viral on Monday night.
As Lewis stands in front of the camera, waiting for his cue to begin challenging the four-time major winner, Koepka is obviously concentrating on something out of shot and appears to be puzzled by it. In reality, Koepka can barely conceal his contempt for whatever has piqued his interest.
Koepka, who finished two strokes behind winner Phil Mickelson at the PGA Championship, finally begins to answer Lewis’ question, only to lose his train of thinking almost exactly as DeChambeau walks up behind him.
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“I didn’t putt well, but I don’t think any of the guys will putt well in this wind.” When asked about his putting struggles in the second round, he says, “It’s really difficult.”
“I’m not sure what the other guys said or […] I just found it challenging to read at times. […] I’ve lost my train of thinking on occasion, yes. I’m tired of hearing the nonsense.”
The segment was not shown on Golf Channel on Friday, and it was only released a day after the tournament ended. It’s unclear if Koepka was aware that his remarks would not be broadcast.
It’s difficult to tell from the video what DeChambeau did to cause Koepka to lose his train of thinking. Similarly, what, if anything, DeChambeau said is just as difficult to make out.
Among the theories that have surfaced on social media, one suggests DeChambeau quipped “Just gotta start it on the right line,” after hearing Koepka had struggled to “read” the course.
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