AmericaAt least two stars sympathize with the scene that American golfer Bryson DeChambeau has suffered “public opinion hammer” in the past three months.

“The situation like Bryson is now, I think it will be very stressful. I don’t know if anyone in the PGA Tour has spoken out for him yet, but I sympathize,” Rory McIlroy said. Golf Channel September 1st. He is currently the Chairman of the Advisory Board of the PGA Tour. This department specializes in relationships with member golfers.

“Bryson is not entirely innocent, because the current problem is definitely caused by old stories. But the pressure of public opinion is tense. Besides, he has worked hard and tried everything just to become a good golfer. Now again listen to the denial,” McIlroy further analyzed.

McIlroy sympathizes with the pressure DeChambeau is under.  Photo: Golf Digest

McIlroy sympathizes with the pressure DeChambeau is under. Photo: Golf Digest

DeChambeau has been in mental trouble due to a feud with Brooks Koepka since 2019. After two years of calm, the two have been arguing again since May. The duel arose from the word “Brooksie” in the first week of June and became the “keyword” in the discord. It was initially circulated among Koepka fans to mock DeChambeau but later became popular.

For the past month, the two sides have not had any new developments. But the audience still said “Brooksie” when DeChambeau played the final round of the BMW Championship on August 29.

At that time, Patrick Cantlay won after six extra holes with DeChambeau. On the last day of the tournament, he listened to “Brooksie” live. Yesterday, Cantlay agreed with McIlroy.

“I also find it difficult for DeChambeau. No one wants to be mocked by everyone. Still, I think this also reflects a larger problem, due to social media and possibly also because of the PIP program on the PGA Tour. Getting too much attention is a double-edged sword,” Cantlay commented.

Cantlay strolled past DeChambeau after a knock at the 17th hole in the last round of the BMW Championship on August 29.  Photo: AP

Cantlay strolled past DeChambeau after a knock at the 17th hole in the last round of the BMW Championship on August 29. Photo: AP

PIP (Player Impact Program) is a 40 million USD financial package launched since the beginning of the year to encourage members to interact with fans, thereby ranking them by five criteria, including Google Search, a ranking index from market analysis company Nielsen and social media interactions.

At the end of the year, the host organization will finalize the results but will not announce them, of which the first-place golfer will receive $8 million. Experts say that DeChambeau is in the top 5 of this race

At a practice round at Memorial in early June, Koepka supporters repeatedly chanted “Brooksie”, angering DeChambeau, who had to ask security staff to expel the extremists. Koepka immediately posted a video Twitter to thank the fans with a pledge to serve beer to everyone who was kicked out of the Memorial.

Two days ago, the PGA Tour put “Brooksie” in the form of harassment and will deport, possibly forfeit tickets to the tournament for violators. “For me, that word means contempt and we will not accept it from now on,” emphasized Special Envoy Jay Monahan – the most powerful figure on the PGA Tour.

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