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Report: Bryson calls out ‘Brooksie’ heckler following playoff defeat

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Following Bryson DeChambeau’s playoff heartbreak on Sunday evening at the BMW Championship, things threatened to get ugly between the 27-year-old and a spectator, according to a report by ESPN’s Kevin Van Valkenburg.

Per the report, Bryson was making his way back to the clubhouse when a heckler shouted “Great job, Brooksie”, a nickname his detractors have been using to get under DeChambeau’s skin all summer as his rivalry with Brooks Koepka continues.

This time, however, Bryson confronted the fan and “with rage in his eyes”, according to Van Valkenburg and told the heckler, “You know what? Get the f**k out!”

Per the report, Bryson motioned to a police officer who soon handled the heckler before DeChambeau made his way to the clubhouse.

The PGA Tour declined to comment when asked about the confrontation by ESPN.

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  1. SomeLikeItHot

    Sep 2, 2021 at 6:24 am

    Aw, poor baby had to get the Po Po to deal with a heckler. Bryson needs to get a thicker skin or he will never reach his full potential. Someone with a stronger character would take the heckling or trash talk and use it to feed a fire toward getting so good no one could heckle him without looking a complete fool. Instead, Bryson looks the fool by letting it get to him so badly. It is obviously in his head if he react like that.

  2. Dave

    Aug 30, 2021 at 8:09 pm

    He doesn’t love it anymore apparently. Shouldn’t that be the story here now?

  3. Jon

    Aug 30, 2021 at 7:14 pm

    What’s the point in heckling? Who wins?

  4. Dan the Man

    Aug 30, 2021 at 7:11 pm

    Roid Rage

  5. KoepKouldnt

    Aug 30, 2021 at 7:01 pm

    Come on. Don’t beat a man while he’s down. Bryson didn’t deserve that and the fan is lucky he didn’t get his a55 beat. Also there’s really no point in kicking someone out of a tournament that just ended and everyone is heading home.

  6. Nick Pallas

    Aug 30, 2021 at 6:49 pm

    Unless these little pukes would say nice job brooksy to his face one on one with no one to help then they are little cowards. STFU mommas boys.

    • This is to your face buddy

      Sep 1, 2021 at 12:14 am

      As clearly and very obviously reported everywhere including above, the fan did just that buddy… and if words can trigger your tiny little brain into a fight then I’ll gladly be the face and wallet that locks your insane self behind bars…. Including Bryson, Bryson types, and Bryson apologists like you, you ignorant sack of trash

  7. Tom

    Aug 30, 2021 at 1:47 pm

    This is what’s ruined every other sport. Now golf.

  8. Chas Spell

    Aug 30, 2021 at 12:56 pm

    All you haters of BB are wrong. He’s a great golfer and good for the game. Heckling PGA pros is lame unless you can beat them on the course – good luck with that.

    • brian

      Aug 30, 2021 at 5:18 pm

      So, by your logic, you should heckle no professional athlete?

      • Jon

        Aug 30, 2021 at 7:11 pm

        Correct – harden up and do something real for yourself

        • Not you, I’d have to be dumb to be you

          Sep 1, 2021 at 12:15 am

          If you can’t handle a few words then you should stay home, and you personally should stay off the internet if words spoken to somebody else triggers you so much

  9. David Jones

    Aug 30, 2021 at 11:55 am

    I’m liking Bryson now. Koepka is a loser. Bryson is the man and will destroy Koepka on the course or in a fight.

  10. Kevin

    Aug 30, 2021 at 11:24 am

    isn’t this the same guy who said, “honestly I love it,” when asked about the fans fueling the rilvary?

  11. Sid Farkus

    Aug 30, 2021 at 10:56 am

    Cry baby. Cry….what a punk…

  12. Josh

    Aug 30, 2021 at 10:15 am

    He needed to motion to a cop to handle a guy that called him Brooksie……..

    Lame.

    • Dugan

      Aug 31, 2021 at 10:25 am

      Guaranteed that dude would be looking for a check if Bryson put hands on him.

  13. Terry, this is not a game

    Aug 30, 2021 at 10:04 am

    Bryson stinks, but this is uncalled for

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How much each player won from the FedEx Cup at the 2021 Tour Championship

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Patrick Cantlay saw off Jon Rahm to make it back-to-back wins and grab the $15 million FedEx bonus at East Lake on Sunday. The Spaniard gave it all he could but eventually had to settle for second-place and a whopping consolation of $5 million.

Here’s a look at how much each player made from the FedEx Cup scheme, including those who didn’t make it all the way to East Lake.

1: Patrick Cantlay, -21, $15,000,000

2: Jon Rahm, -20, $5,000,000

3: Kevin Na, -16, $4,000,000

4: Justin Thomas, -15, $3,000,000

T-5: Xander Schauffele, -14, $2,200,000

T-5: Viktor Hovland, -14, $2,200,000

7: Bryson DeChambeau, -13, $1,300,000

8: Dustin Johnson, -11, $1,100,000

T-9: Billy Horschel, -10, $890,000

T-9: Abraham Ancer, -10, $830,000

T-11: Daniel Berger, -8, $705,000

T-11: Jason Kokrak, -8, $705,000

T-11: Tony Finau, -8, $705,000

T-14: Sergio Garcia, -7, $583,750

T-14: Rory McIlroy, -7, $583,750

T-14: Louis Oosthuizen, -7, $583,750

T-14: Cameron Smith, -7, $583,750

T-18: Sam Burns, -6, $527,500

T-18: Harris English, -6, $527,500

T-20: Sungjae Im, -4, $497,500

T-20: Jordan Spieth, -4, $497,500

T-22: Erik van Rooyen, -3, $466,666

T-22: Corey Conners, -3, $466,666

T-22: Scottie Scheffler, -3, $466,666

25: Patrick Reed, -2, $445,000

T-26: Stewart Cink, E, $425,000

T-26: Hideki Matsuyama, E, $425,000

T-26: Collin Morikawa, E, $425,000

29: Joaquin Niemann, +4, $405,000

30: Brooks Koepka, WD, $395,000

31: K.H. Lee, $200,000

32: Charley Hoffman, $195,000

33: Alex Noren, $190,000

34: Si Woo Kim, $186,000

35: Max Homa, $183,000

36: Hudson Swafford, $181,000

37: Cam Davis, $179,000

38: Kevin Kisner, $177,000

39: Keegan Bradley, $175,000

40: Webb Simpson, $173,000

41: Brian Harman, $171,000

42: Marc Leishman, $169,000

43: Cameron Tringale, $168,000

44: Harold Varner III, $167,000

45: Shane Lowry, $166,000

46: Lucas Glover, $165,000

47: Matt Jones, $164,000

48: Carlos Ortiz, $163,000

49: Aaron Wise, $162,000

50: Lee Westwood, $161,000

51: Charl Schwartzel, $160,000

52: Paul Casey, $159,000

53: Sebastián Muñoz, $158,000

54: Tom Hoge, $157,000

55: Branden Grace, $156,000

56: Russell Henley, $155,000

57: Cameron Champ, $154,000

58: Maverick McNealy, $153,000

59: Emiliano Grillo, $152,000

60: Robert Streb, $151,000

61: Jhonattan Vegas, $150,000

62: Chris Kirk, $150,000

63: Patton Kizzire, $150,000

64: Kevin Streelman, $150,000

65: Keith Mitchell, $150,000

66: Harry Higgs, $140,000

67: Mackenzie Hughes, $140,000

68: Talor Gooch, $140,000

69: Ryan Palmer, $140,000

70: Phil Mickelson, $140,000

71: Matthew Wolff, $110,000

72: Seamus Power, $110,000

73: Matt Fitzpatrick, $110,000

74: Tyrrell Hatton, $110,000

75: Martin Laird, $110,000

76: Joel Dahmen, $110,000

77: Ian Poulter, $110,000

78: Troy Merritt, $110,000

79: J:T: Poston, $110,000

80: Pat Perez, $110,000

81: Bubba Watson, $110,000

82: Andrew Putnam, $110,000

83: Doug Ghim, $110,000

84: Brandon Hagy, $110,000

85: Adam Long, $110,000

86: Peter Malnati, $105,000

87: Wyndham Clark, $105,000

88: Adam Schenk, $105,000

89: Lanto Griffin, $105,000

90: Adam Scott, $105,000

91: Kramer Hickok, $105,000

92: Brian Stuard, $105,000

93: Henrik Norlander, $105,000

94: Doc Redman, $105,000

95: Brian Gay, $105,000

96: Roger Sloan, $105,000

97: Brandt Snedeker, $105,000

98: Hank Lebioda, $105,000

99: Tyler McCumber, $105,000

100: Denny McCarthy, $105,000

101: Brendon Todd, $101,000

102: Luke List, $101,000

103: Adam Hadwin, $101,000

104: Chez Reavie, $101,000

105: Brendan Steele, $101,000

106: Sepp Straka, $101,000

107: Garrick Higgo, $101,000

108: James Hahn, $101,000

109: Zach Johnson, $101,000

110: Russell Knox, $101,000

111: Matt Wallace, $101,000

112: Sam Ryder, $101,000

113: Gary Woodland, $101,000

114: Jason Day, $101,000

115: Matthew NeSmith, $101,000

116: Scott Piercy, $101,000

117: Kyle Stanley, $101,000

118: Anirban Lahiri, $101,000

119: Dylan Frittelli, $101,000

120: Richy Werenski, $101,000

121: C:T: Pan, $101,000

122: Matt Kuchar, $101,000

123: Brice Garnett, $101,000

124: Scott Stallings, $101,000

125: Chesson Hadley, $101,000

126: Justin Rose, $70,000

127: Ryan Armour, $70,000

128: Patrick Rodgers, $70,000

129: Bo Hoag, $70,000

130: Camilo Villegas, $70,000

131: Nate Lashley, $70,000

132: Michael Thompson, $70,000

133: Rory Sabbatini, $70,000

134: Rickie Fowler, $70,000

135: Cameron Percy, $70,000

136: Austin Cook, $70,000

137: Tommy Fleetwood, $70,000

138: Chase Seiffert, $70,000

139: Charles Howell III, $70,000

140: Vincent Whaley, $70,000

141: Nick Taylor, $70,000

142: Francesco Molinari, $70,000

143: Mark Hubbard, $70,000

144: Ryan Moore, $70,000

145: Michael Gligic, $70,000

146: Joseph Bramlett, $70,000

147: Bo Van Pelt, $70,000

148: Beau Hossler, $70,000

149: Vaughn Taylor, $70,000

150: Satoshi Kodaira, $70,000

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Lee Westwood shares a brilliant and obvious tip to help hone in your irons

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Ahead of the upcoming Ryder Cup matches, Lee Westwood took to social media to share a helpful tip on honing in your irons.

In the Twitter video, Westwood explains that he writes his stock yardages on the actual club of each of his irons. The Englishman shows the “164” written in black marker on the back of his 8-iron to the camera and then proceeds to flush one 163 yards.

Not bad.

This may seem like an incredibly obvious tip, but having the visual reminder has done wonders for the 46-year-old, who finished runner-up at the Players Championship this spring.

Westwood was eliminated from the FedEx Cup Playoffs at last week’s BMW Championship, but he is currently qualified for the European Ryder Cup team.

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Bryson documents quest for 215mph ball speed ahead of Long Drive Championship

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Bryson DeChambeau will tee it up later this month at The Professional Long Driver’s Association World Championship, and ahead of the event, the 27-year-old has been ramping up his preparation.

In a new video on Bryson’s YouTube Channel, the Californian gave fans inside access to how he’s gearing up for the event, with the testosterone reaching fever-pitch, even resulting in some broken golf balls!

In the vid, DeChambeau goes in search of 215mph ball speed, and it truly shows the dedication and mindset of the 2020 U.S. Open champ, as well as the hours and hard work he puts in to chase his goals.

Bryson reaches an impressive 212.5mph ball speed in training after a whopping 187 tries and then heads to a Long Drive Tournament simulation where he made it all the way to the final round thanks to smashed drives of up to 375 yards.

Interestingly, during the video, Bryson reveals that a big problem of his is “finding the ground” before he starts to release, as it has led to him slipping on tee shots, as we saw during the final round of this year’s U.S. Open.

For more behind the scenes videos of Bryson, you can subscribe to his YouTube channel here.

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