Bryson DeChambeau roasts Brooks Koepka heading into The Match 5

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Bryson DeChambeau roasts Brooks Koepka heading into The Match 5

Jul 15, 2021; Sandwich, England, GBR; Bryson DeChambeau reacts on the thirteenth hole during the first round of the Open Championship golf tournament. Mandatory Credit: Peter van den Berg-USA TODAY Sports

Jul 15, 2021; Sandwich, England, GBR; Bryson DeChambeau reacts on the thirteenth hole during the first round of the Open Championship golf tournament. Mandatory Credit: Peter van den Berg-USA TODAY Sports

Bryson DeChambeau and Brooks Koepka are facing off in the fifth edition of Capital One’s The Match on Black Friday and they’re trading barbs on Twitter.

On the day after Thanksgiving, golf fans could conceivably have a conclusion to the Bryson DeChambeau and Brooks Koepka feud that has drawn plenty of eyes over the past year. That, of course, is because they’ll be playing in the fifth Capital One’s The Match in a one vs. one showdown on the golf course.

But while we still have a little more than a week until that 12-hole event from Las Vegas, at least one of the two golfers involved is trying to add a little more fuel to the fire.

Taking to Twitter to throw a barb, DeChambeau noted that Koepka’s most recent results, missed cuts at Mayokoba and the Houston Open, aren’t exactly the type of form that Koepka would like to be showing coming into the match. For good measure, DeChambeau used Koepka’s own eye-roll meme to call it out.

Bryson DeChambeau-Brooks Koepka feud coming to a close?

It’s realistic that we could see the Bryson-Brooks beef fly into the sunset after The Match, truth be told.

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Especially after they coexisted well at the Ryder Cup, much of their feud has seemed a bit contrived, this recent roast from DeChambeau somewhat included.

Subsequently, it wouldn’t be all that shocking to see that much of their public feud has been to help sell The Match and, once it’s completed, we won’t hear much of it again. That doesn’t mean that they’ll be the best of friends but, at the least, it could die down substantially.

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