Brooks Koepka has insisted his feud with Bryson DeChambeau is not going to hinder the US staff’s Ryder Cup probabilities. Koepka even claimed the general public spat between two of golf’s star names is “good for the sport” owing to the curiosity it has generated.
A leaked video of Koepka being disparaging in the direction of DeChambeau emerged after the current US PGA Championship. The pair subsequently traded blows on social media, with Koepka selling a free beer alternative for anyone who was ejected from the Memorial Match final weekend for shouting his identify at DeChambeau. In response, DeChambeau implied Koepka must be disciplined by the PGA Tour.
Barring damage, Koepka and DeChambeau will probably be a part of Steve Stricker’s Ryder Cup staff at Whistling Straits in September. Koepka has denied his DeChambeau feud might hurt the house staff’s chemistry. “I don’t see why it might,” the four-time main winner mentioned. “There’s solely eight guys which might be taking part in, 4 guys are sitting. I play with one different man.
“Let’s say I don’t play with Bryson or Bryson doesn’t play with me, he takes care of his match, and I might deal with my match. I don’t understand how that has any impact. What you do off the golf course doesn’t have any impact on the golf course.”
Koepka added that he “doesn’t stay with regrets” when requested whether or not he would quite the interview as triggered this state of affairs had not been launched. DeChambeau had been talking to his caddie as he walked behind the rostrum Koepka was talking on. “It was simply very, very loud,” mentioned Koepka.
“I believe it’s good for the sport,” he added. “I actually do. The truth that golf’s on just about each information outlet for about two weeks fairly constantly, I believe that’s an excellent factor. It’s rising the sport.
“I get the traditionalists who don’t agree with it. I perceive that, however I believe to develop the sport you’ve bought to succeed in out to the youthful era. I don’t wish to say that’s what that is, nevertheless it’s reaching out to an entire bunch of individuals. It’s getting golf in entrance of individuals. I believe it’s good for the sport.”