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


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.

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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