Golf beauty Paige Spiranac has offered Team USA’s Ryder Cup captain Steve Stricker a piece of advice ahead of the first tee off.
After a long absence due to Covid-19 the Ryder Cup is back in Whistling Straits (Wisconsin) this weekend.
Spiranac, a former professional-golfer and social media sensation suggested that Stricker pair bitter rivals Brooks Koepka with Bryson DeChambeau.
Spiranac took to social media to state: “Bryson/Brooks would be an unstoppable team. Pair them together. It’s what we all want.”
The American duo of Koepka and DeChambeau are two prolific winners, however, they share one of the games bitterest rivalries.
In 2018, Koepka complained that DeChambeau was driving him ‘nuts’ by taking too long between shots.
After DeChambeau mocked his rival’s body, Koepka replied by showing off his trophies via Twitter.
He added the caption: “You were right @b_dechambeau, I am two short of a six-pack!”
Their feud continued into 2021, and at the PGA Championships Koepka complained about ‘noisy spikes’ on DeChambeau’s shoes as his rival walked behind him.
He fumed afterwards: “I lost my train of thought, yeah. Hearing that b*******.”
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However, after almost two years of publicly feuding, DeChambeau admitted he wants to settle their differences ahead of the Ryder Cup.
His coach, Mike Schy, told The Times: “Whether or not they are both doing it to maximise their global profile, Bryson wants it over.
“Move on. Two big egos are the bottom line.”
However, Schy admitted DeChambeau can seem to be a little selfish: “He loves team play.
“At times, when he’s struggling, it can look a little selfish, but the reality is he is doing his best to contribute.”
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