They put their differences aside to help USA dominate Europe in last month’s Ryder Cup.
Now it appears they can tolerate each other’s extended company on the golf course. For 12 holes, at least.
This year’s rendition of The Match will feature a one-on-on matchup between Bryson DeChambeau and Brooks Koepka, who are apparently on good enough terms to lend their golf games to the high-profile charity match that’s approaching its fifth rendition.
They’ll play 12 holes at Wynn Las Vegas that will be televised the day after Thanksgiving (Nov. 26) on TNT, according to a press release on the PGA Tour website. Why 12 holes? Who knows? The random match length wasn’t explained. But it should be plenty long enough for Koepka and DeChambeau to continue to riff off their well-publicized rivalry.
DeChambeau promoted the event on his Twitter account shortly after it was announced on Tuesday.
Koepka didn’t immediately do the same. But he has previously celebrated the apparent softening of their rivalry, promoting charity gear featuring his and DeChambeau’s smiling likenesses from the Ryder Cup.
This year’s The Match returns to its original one-on-one format that featured longtime rivals Tiger…
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