AmericaThe PGA Tour has just updated its code of conduct for field spectators, which prohibits the use of a derogatory term for the popular golfer Bryson DeChambeau.

“When entering the PGA Tour event, we expect the public to behave properly and not to be overly aggressive to ensure an attractive and healthy competition environment. And therefore, we do not accept acts of harassment. players, caddies, volunteers and tournament organizers as well as damage to the golf course. Violators will have to leave the venue or have their tickets confiscated,” said PGA Tour special envoy Jay Monahan on August 31. during the press conference before the season-ending event – Tour Championship in Atlanta, Georgia from September 2 to September 5.

The strained relationship with Koepka caused DeChambeau to be disparaged with the word Brooksie.

The strained relationship with Koepka caused DeChambeau to be disparaged with the word “Brooksie”.

Monahan cited a number of bad behaviors, including the use of “Brooksie”. He said the noun showed disrespect. “For me, that word means contempt and from now on we don’t accept it,” the most powerful person on the PGA Tour stated. And like that, fans can be expelled if they say “Brooksie” at PGA Tour events.

On August 29, at the closing of the BMW Championship, a young fan shouted “well done Brooksie” when DeChambeau was about to enter the clubhouse. At that time, he had just let the championship go to Patrick Cantlay due to a sixth extra hole loss. Hearing the denial, DeChambeau turned around and replied, “Go away”.

“Brooksie” – “Brok boy” was born in the first week of June and became a “keyword” in the feud between DeChambeau and colleague Brooks Koepka. At that time, DeChambeau attended, and Koepka did not fight Memorial. At this tournament, DeChambeau was shouted “Brooksie” by the crowd of Koepka supporters on the field, so much so that he had to ask security staff to expel the extremists.

Before this development, Koepka posted on Twitter a “thank you fans” video with a pledge to serve beer to all fans who were kicked out of Memorial. The incident comes two weeks after a flare-up of tension between DeChambeau and his colleague Koepka. It was the closing day of the PGA Championship, May 23.

At that time, Koepka shared her opinion, in front of the camera Golf Channel after finishing T2 at the major that he won in 2018 and 2019. Then DeChambeau suddenly walked by muttering his personal performance assessment with a volume loud enough to get into the microphone. This action caused Koepka to lose focus and expressed annoyance. The video of that moment went viral on social media.

Arriving at the US Open after Memorial, DeChambeau “escalated tensions” by intentionally appearing when Koepka was giving an interview to Golf Channel after the first round, on June 17. When he was about to shoot, DeChambeau suddenly walked across the frame, even trying to show his face with a flying movement.

Then on the day DeChambeau stopped working with his real-life caddy Tim Tucker, Koepka on Twitter called it a day of gratitude for the caddy and expressed gratitude to his personal assistant.

Two American golf stars have been feuding since 2019, when Koepka criticized the slow-playing behavior of his juniors. Then, Dechambeau mocked Koepka “without abs but entered the typical bodybuilding topic of athletes” – Body Issue, belonging to Sports Illustrated.

For the past month, the two sides have had no new developments. Yesterday, Special Envoy Monahan said he spoke privately with DeChambeau and Koepka about the hostile relationship between the two sides.

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