Duval and Chamblee in fiery on-air exchange

Chamblee Duval
Things got, lets just say, a little strained on Golf Channel last night as David Duval and Brandel Chamblee were involved in a fiery on-air exchange.

Talking about the impact of leadership on US teams in the past in a bid to try and explain their Ryder Cup struggles, Chamblee was of the opinion that you can assign losses to particular players, something Duval – a Ryder Cup player in 1999 – totally disagreed with.

In particular, Chamblee was referring to the poor performances of Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson and got very defensive after he thought Duval insinuated that he wasn’t in the best place to pass judgement as he hadn’t been in that situation.

Just look at Frank Nobilo in the middle. Talk about awkward.

But very entertaining stuff, nonetheless! Give it a watch below.

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