Bryson DeChambeau and Brooks Koepka put their reported feud to 1 aspect as they hugged following Staff USA’s victory on the Ryder Cup this weekend.
The pair have allegedly been feuding in current months however as Koepka embraced together with his teammates after his singles win on the ultimate day, he and DeChambeau additionally shook fingers and hugged.
Captain Steve Stricker revealed after the conclusion of the event that DeChambeau and Koepka had wished to play collectively at Whistling Straights.
Nevertheless, he opted in opposition to pairing them collectively within the foursomes or fourballs regardless of them claiming their obvious feud was a “non-issue”.
NBC captured the second Koepka walked as much as DeChambeau after his 2&1 victory over Bernd Wiesberger and shook his hand and hugged his rival.
This led commentator Dan Hicks to say: “Solely the Ryder Cup may have made this occur.”
Staff USA had already secured victory when Koepka received his match, with DeChambeau’s earlier win over Sergio Garcia having put them getting ready to the general win.
Having not been chosen to play collectively this weekend, Koepka and Daniel Berger received their foursomes match on Friday as they dispatched Lee Westwood and Matthew Fitzpatrick 2&1.
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DeChambeau then halved his fourballs match with Scottie Scheffler on Friday afternoon as they took on Jon Rahm and Tyrrell Hatton.
Koepka then misplaced each his foursomes and fourballs matches on Saturday to Rahm and Garcia, firstly with Berger after which with Jordan Spieth.
Nevertheless, DeChambeau and Scheffler did win a degree for the USA as they beat Tommy Fleetwood and Viktor Hovland 3 & 1.
The USA’s 19-9 victory was a document win and noticed them win the Ryder Cup for the primary time since 2016.
They’ll defend their title in 2023, when Europe host the forty fourth version of the biennial event at Marco Simone course in Rome, Italy.