Bryson DeChambeau videobombs Brooks Koepka interview at U.S. Open
And simply after we thought the golf on the third main of the season may take heart stage at Thursday’s opening spherical at Torrey Pines, DeChambeua upped the ante.
Nonetheless, unbeknown to him, DeChambeau occurred to be strolling behind him simply out of shot, this time strolling on grass so he was not making any noise.
However, DeChambeau — wearing his customary white hat — then took the second to leap and wave his left arm, all of which was captured on digital camera.
Whereas the incident at Could’s PGA Championship that sparked all this drama was an accident, in line with reigning U.S. Open winner DeChambeau, this time, he determined to have some “enjoyable with it.”
“I noticed a possibility and I simply had enjoyable with it.”
Battling the circumstances
The U.S. Open’s first spherical was delayed by round 90 minutes due to morning fog on the California course.
The delay meant that 36 gamers didn’t end their opening rounds, and must full them on Friday morning.
Of those that had been capable of deal with the weather, Russell Henley and Louis Oosthuizen prospered, ending Thursday tied on the prime of the leaderboard on four-under par.
American Henley, who’s ranked world No. 63, shot a 67, whereas Oosthuizen was one of many gamers who wasn’t capable of end his spherical due to lack of gentle, because the horn which signaled the tip of play went off whereas he was taking part in the seventeenth gap.
“I’ve gotten scorching a number of occasions and gained some TOUR occasions for certain, however persistently I believe the final yr or so has been my finest yr, and I be ok with it,” Henley informed reporters.
“I really feel like I’ve extra of a whole recreation. However I have not completed prime 10 in majors or something. Have not actually been within the majors. I wish to make that higher, play higher within the majors.”
Francesco Molinari and Rafael Cabrera sit one shot behind the leaders, whereas Hayden Buckley, Hideki Matsuyama, Jon Rahm, Koepka, Xander Schauffele and Sebastian Munoz sit two pictures of the leaders at two-under.
4-time main winner Rory McIlroy needed to rush to complete his previous couple of holes, actually jogging up the 18th earlier than rolling in a birdie to complete one below.