Shots have been fired. Daggers have been thrown. Words have been exchanged. The Bryson DeChambeau and Brooks Koepka saga, prior to Ryder Cup week, had reached a point where we all had to ask ourselves a simple question – was it ever going to end?
If you believe in the power of the bro hug, that question has been answered emphatically. It’s over, and it’s all thanks to a dominant United States victory at Whistling Straits.
Long after Collin Morikawa had secured the half point required to bring the Ryder Cup back to American soil, cameras captured Brooks and Bryson embracing one another as the boys in red, white and blue celebrated victory. A beautiful moment, to say the least:
Oh yeah, that’s the good stuff. And remember, this comes after Bryson teased “something fun” that was coming involving the both of them, only for Koepka to say he had “no idea” what he was talking about. They may not have been on the same page in that regard, but it’s clear they are on the same page here.
Bro hugs remain undefeated, and this one serves as proof that nothing brings people together like the Ryder Cup. Country over everything. The team, the team, the team.