SANDWICH, England – While Brooks Koepka has great pleasure in his rival’s missteps, Bryson DeChambeau apologized again on Friday for his strong remarks a day earlier about his equipment business and the cut on the number to go to Royal St. for the weekend. To qualify George’s.
DeChambeau is 12 strokes back of tournament leader Louis Oosthuizen through two rounds of The Open. But the world’s oldest golf championship has apparently been pushed aside due to DeChambeau’s antics, which include and said his driver ‘sucks’ and a reprimand from the manufacturer Cobra.
“I love my driver,” Koepka said in an interview with Golf Channel to a 66-year-old man who saw him move a tie for the twelfth turn.
He later tweeted a photo with the caption: “Drive into the weekend!”
Drive into the weekend! pic.twitter.com/poSQG0mrvC
– Brooks Koepka (@BKoepka) 16 July 2021
DeChambeau, who shot a second round 70, was about to pick up the pieces. He turned down requests from television and the media, but spoke to a small group of reporters.
“I made a mistake,” he said. ‘I think over time I will personally look at it as a growing moment for me and hopefully I can get the right things going from here. I was in a difficult situation and I feel really bad about it. “
After his opening round 71 in which he hit only four of the 14 highways, DeChambeau said his’ driver ‘sucks’ and that he lives on the edge of the razor after trying for four years to get it right.
Ben Schomin, who sat for DeChambeau two weeks after the split with ex-boyfriend Tim Tucker and is Cobra’s tour operations manager, retorted in an interview with Golf Week, saying the comments were “stupid” and expressed frustration over how loud the company works to appease. the eight-time PGA Tour winner.