Allow me to take Bryson DeChambeau’s side for just a moment.
The fans who get their jollies by calling him ‘Brooksy’ on the golf course are clowns.
They think they’re being funny, just like their socially challenged cousin, “mashed potatoes” guy.
At best, they’re annoying. They’re the ones who talk too loud after one beer and think they’re clever because they’ve latched onto a tournament version of a meme. They’re not smart enough to know how loutish they are.
It needs to end but it probably won’t.
Even if Brooks Koepka took to social media to say it’s time to tone it down (he’s at least a little complicit in this) it probably wouldn’t matter.
The noisy few would probably be quietly escorted off the premises at Augusta National but that’s the only place. Just wait until DeChambeau shows up at Liberty National next week and the New York fans get their turn with him.
DeChambeau can take care of himself, even if he has developed a nagging insistence on saying something that undermines his smarter-than...
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