Bryson DeChambeau watches the European Ryder Cup team after having to stop – .

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Bryson DeChambeau watches the European Ryder Cup team after having to stop – .


Bryson DeChambeau ruffled some feathers on his first Ryder Cup hole on Saturday.

DeChambeau and Scottie Scheffler teamed up against Europeans Tommy Fleetwood and Viktor Hovland in the afternoon’s four-ball contest. DeChambeau was about two feet from the hole and was looking for his opponents to concede the hole. But no concessions were made.

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DeChambeau was able to save the par, then stared at the European pair with apparent anger.

The moment caused a sensation on Twitter.

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DeChambeau and Scheffler were looking to score another run for the United States, which held a 9-3 lead heading into the second half of Day 2 of the event. The pair collected half a point when they were tied with Europeans Tyrrell Hatton and Jon Rahm on Friday. The two groups tied with four holes each.

The United States had a strong Saturday morning, winning three of four games. Rahm and Sergio Garcia were the only duo to score a point for Europe, finishing 3 and 1 over Brooks Koepka and Daniel Berger.

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DeChambeau’s fiercest American rival, Brooks Koepka, also found himself in a raised eyebrow moment with tournament officials. He asked the officials for a drop, did not receive one and shouted a curse in protest.

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