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This feud just keeps getting spicier and spicier.
Bryson DeChambeau has gatecrashed yet another one of Brooks Koepka's interviews.
Only this time, Koepka didn't seem to notice his rival in the background.
Maybe the most genuine Bryson move yet throughout this whole thing. Nice to see. Just a big child who likes to hit ball far. pic.twitter.com/ptytenzkWa- Riggs (@RiggsBarstool) June 18, 2021
Koepka was on hand to speak to the media after shooting a first round two-under at Torry Pines.
But while he was waiting for his interview with NBC golf reporter Todd Lewis to get underway, a familiar face appeared in the background.
DeChambeau was walking directly behind Koepka and as he entered the camera shot he jumped up and waved his hand in the air.
He may have failed to get his rival's attention, but was he certainly seen by golf fans watching from home.
"That is Bryson DeChambeau, playfully jumping, having a bit of fun, no real animosity there," Lewis said on a later broadcast.
"I'm not sure if this will go viral or not. We shall see. I promise you no bad words were said."
It was only a matter of weeks ago that we witnessed one of the most awkward yet hilarious live interviews of all-time when Koepka rolled his eyes while his bitter rival DeChambeau walked past him.
The leaked clip made for television gold and instantly went viral online.
"I lost my train of thought; hearing that bulls**t," Koepka said at the time.
Tense, very tense indeed.
The duo's underlying issues stem from quite a while back, but Koepka insists their fierce rivalry is actually good for the sport of golf.
"I get the traditionalists who don't agree with it. I understand that, but I think to grow the game you've got to reach out to the younger generation," he said.
"I don't want to say that's what this is, but it's reaching out to a whole bunch of people. It's getting golf in front of people. I think it's good for the game."
The USGA matchmakers clearly don't agree and decided not to pair Koepka and DeChambeau together at the U.S. Open.
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