Bryson Dechambeau wants to end his feud with Brooks Koepka ahead of Ryder Cup
Bryson DeChambeau’s golf coach admits he wants to end his feud with Brooks Koepka ahead of the Ryder Cup.
Bryson DeChambeau’s golf coach Mike Schy admits the big-hitting DeChambeau wants to end his feud with his fellow Ryder Cup teammate Brooks Koepka ahead of this week’s Ryder Cup, according to an interview in The Times.
Schy was speaking just days before DeChambeau and Koepka team bid to help Steve Stricker’s United States team win back the Ryder Cup from Europe at Whistling Straits this week.
“Whether or not they are both doing it to maximize their global profile, Bryson wants it over,” Schy told the Times.
“Move on. The bottom line is two big egos.”
DeChambeau is making his second appearance at the Ryder Cup, while Brooks Koepka is making his hat-trick of starts.
Both Koepka and DeChambeau have been at a war of words the past few years on the PGA Tour, none bigger than at the US PGA Championship earlier this season when Koepka rolled his eyes as DeChambeau walked past him during an interview.
Schy also made it clear in his interview with The Times that DeChambeau will be giving it everything for the United States.
“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.”
DeChambeau was spotted ripping numerous drives over 400 yards in practice last week.
Article originally appeared on: Golfmagic.com