“So cringe!” - Fans react to Brooks-Bryson video

Bryson De Chambeau Brooks Koepka Video

Move right along, nothing to see here. 

That would seem to be the subliminal message running through a video shared by the Ryder Cup USA Twitter account in which Bryson DeChambeau and Brooks Koepka - golf's own Ross and Rachel - appeared to finally bury the hatchet. 

The long-time rivals had both pledged to put their very public differences behind them this week at Whistling Straits for the good of the team.

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In the short clip, Koepka is seen walking up to DeChambeau on the range. The pair then have a brief chat before Koepka returns to his own bay. As he leaves, the crowd – with some encouragement from DeChambeau – all cheer. 

Have a look:


How fortunate it was that there was a camera – sorry, cameras – there to capture this, ahem, perfectly organic, spontaneous moment.  

Naturally, social media users were quick to deliver their verdict...

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