At the US Ryder Cup party, Justin Thomas makes fun of Bryson DeChambeau and Brooks Koepka.

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At the US Ryder Cup party, Justin Thomas makes fun of Bryson DeChambeau and Brooks Koepka.

At their post-Ryder Cup celebration, Justin Thomas parodied the American duo’s recent feud by wearing a humorous T-shirt.

With Brooks Koepka and Bryson DeChambeau’s recent feud dominating headlines ahead of the Ryder Cup, American teammate Justin Thomas chose to mock them by wearing an amusing T-shirt at his team’s post-event festivities.

The hosts reclaimed the championship they had lost in Paris in 2018, defeating the Europeans in record-breaking fashion with a devastating 19-9 triumph, the largest margin of victory in the competition’s modern era.

Following their victory on Sunday, the Americans celebrated late into the night, and Thomas was seen wearing a great T-shirt that taunted both DeChambeau and Koepka, whose strong rivalry leading into the Ryder Cup was a major talking topic.

Koepka may be pictured rolling his eyes with his hands on DeChambeau, who has a wide grin on his face, on the T-shirt.

The rift between the two has been widely documented in recent years, including a conflict that began at the start of 2019 when Koepka chastised DeChambeau for his lethargic golfing technique.

Since then, the two have clashed on a number of times, from social media feuds to awkward major encounters, with many predicting that the pair’s icy relationship will cause a slew of issues for the US team at this year’s Ryder Cup.

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This was not the case, as there appeared to be no friction within the American camp, with DeChambeau and Koepka observed ‘getting along’ from the start, after exchanging a brief conversation at the Whistling Straits range in the days preceding up to the event.

Following the triumph, it appeared like the Bryson-Brooks feud was finally put to rest, as the once bitter rivals hugged during Team USA’s post-tournament press conference.

Thomas was at the center of the duo’s tale once again, as he called for a Koepka and DeChambeau embrace at the front of the stage at the end of the question and answer session.

“I think we should have a Brooks and Bryson hug in the center of the room before all of this is over!” Thomas suggested. They’re heading to “Brinkwire Summary News” to show how much of a team we are.

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