May 20, 2024

Bryson DeChambeau

Bryson DeChambeau came up short in his bid for the US PGA Championship on Sunday but the box office LIV Golf pro was considered a winner for this fan exchange that was captured during the final round.


The moment in question came after DeChambeau made a clutch par putt at Valhalla’s ninth hole to keep his bogey-free round going at the second men’s major of the year.


As he was walking to the 10th tee, DeChambeau lobbed his Titleist Pro V1x to a young spectator who was cheering him on.


But the ball was nabbed by another man, which prompted anger in the 2020 U.S. Open champion.


DeChambeau stopped in his tracks and, putter in hand, made his feelings clearly known.


Pointing at the cheeky ball thief, DeChambeau can be heard yelling: “Hey! Hey! Hey!”

A voice on the video narrates: “Hey! Give that ball back.”


The man obliged and DeChambeau was heralded as a ‘man of the people’.


Watch the video here:



DeChambeau came up short in his bid to win a second major championship on Sunday.


He made a clutch birdie putt at the 72nd hole to take the clubhouse lead but was left crestfallen after Xander Schauffele held his nerve to claim his first major.


DeChambeau was gracious in defeat and paid tribute to his former Ryder Cup teammate.


“I mean, he’s an amazing golfer and well deserved major champion now,” DeChambeau said of Schauffele.


“He’s played well for a long, long time.


“Played against him as a junior. It’s cool to see him — not only he’s just a great human being, but an unbelievable golfer, and it shows this week. Super happy for him.”

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