Bryson DeChambeau Wants to ‘Move On’ From Feud With Brooks Koepka, Reveals His Coach

Published 09/20/2021, 12:15 PM EDT
Aug 28, 2021; Owings Mills, Maryland, USA; Bryson DeChambeau reacts on the first green during the third round of the BMW Championship golf tournament. Mandatory Credit: Scott Taetsch-USA TODAY Sports


Bryson DeChambeau and Brooks Koepka have been involved in a feud for over two years now. However, the situation got worse at the 2021 PGA Championship. Koepka was giving an interview and when Bryson walked behind him, Koepka rolled his eyes in frustration. Moreover, since then, the gap between these two golfers has widened.  

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Meanwhile, these two players will be USA teammates at this week’s Ryder Cup at Whistling Straits. Recently Bryson DeChambeau’s coach has said something interesting about this ongoing feud. Let us see what exactly he had to say about this issue. 

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Bryson DeChambeau wants to end feud with Brooks, says coach Mike Schy

Jun 17, 2021; San Diego, California, USA; Bryson DeChambeau looks over the first green during the first round of the U.S. Open golf tournament at Torrey Pines Golf Course. Mandatory Credit: Michael Madrid-USA TODAY Sports

Bryson DeChambeau’s coach Mike Schy recently revealed that DeChambeau wants to end the feud with Koepka. “Whether or not they are both doing it to maximize their global profile, Bryson wants it over,” said Schy. “Move on. The bottom line is two big egos.”

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The feud had started a couple of years back when Brooks Koepka called out Bryson DeChambeau for slow play. In retaliation, Bryson made fun of Koepka’s physique. 

Furthermore, Schy said, DeChambeau sometimes gives the impression that he is a “little selfish” because of his mannerisms, but the 28-year-old is trying his best to contribute to the U.S. team for the upcoming Ryder Cup. Moreover, this will be Bryson DeChambeau’s second appearance at the Ryder Cup. 

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“He loves team play,” said Schy. “I go back to the Walker Cup in 2015. I was there with him, and it was all about the team. At times, when he’s struggling, it can look a little selfish, but the reality is he is doing his best to contribute. He loves representing his country and was very disappointed not to go to the Olympics.”

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Meanwhile, Bryson DeChambeau missed out on the 2020 Tokyo Olympics as he tested positive for Covid-19. However, this time he is all set to represent team U.S. and give his everything to get the Ryder Cup back to American soil.

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Amey Kulkarni

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Amey Kulkarni is a Golf writer at EssentiallySports. He is currently pursuing his Bachelor’s degree in mass media. Before joining EssentiallySports he used to write articles on Golf and Cricket on his personal blog cricgolf.

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