Paige Spiranac ‘felt bad’ for Bryson DeChambeau after horror US Open before feud started


Paige Spiranac revealed once that she ‘felt bad’ for golf star Bryson DeChambeau at the 2021 US Open, prior to the pair’s ongoing feud. Spiranac has taken many shots at DeChambeau throughout the American’s controversial, but successful career.

The golf beauty recently took aim at world No. 28 ahead of the Masters tournament in April, as she mocked his previous blasé comment about the famous Augusta course in 202, after he knocked five shots off the par-72 Georgia circuit, labelling it as a par 67 for a man of his driving power.

The comment has unsurprisingly come back to haunt DeChambeau, especially after missing the cut at this year’s Masters which was quickly noted by Spiranac.

After his Augusta struggles she tweeted: “Remember when Bryson called Augusta National a par 67. These were good times.” Her feud with the 2020 US Open has not always been apparent though, after the 29-year-old offered her sympathies to DeChambeau following a horror finish at his US Open title defence last year.

The American star looked set to secure back-to-back titles at Torrey Pines as he made the turn on Sunday’s final round. A horror nine holes followed though, as he shot a catastrophic eight-over par back nine which included a quadruple bogey eight on the par four 17th.

DeChambeau had a back nine to forget at last year's US Open.
At last year’s US Open, DeChambeau had a back 9 to forget.

DeChambeau finished the tournament with a terrible final round of 77. He was also tied for 22nd, despite being just two hours away from the title. Spiranac offered her support to DeChambeau as the golfing world rose for American player Jon Rahm.

After the San Diego final round, the influencer took to social media and tweeted: “I feel bad for Bryson. We’ve all been there with golf and it’s a horrible feeling.”The 29-year old has not been kind to the No. 28, despite her usual trolling.

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Spiranac has shared a split opinion on DeChambeau.
Spiranac and DeChambeau have had a divided opinion.

Following DeChambeau’s impressive performance at last year’s Ryder Cup victory over the Europeans, Spiranac addressed her Bryson feud, posting: “I know a lot of people think that I’m a Bryson hater, I am not a Bryson hater.

“I said some things about Bryson when he was acting up, being a little bit of a jerk, called him out on it, but since then, I haven’t had a problem with Bryson. He is a great conversation topic, and at times, he can be a bit of a jerk. It’s all in good fun, and maybe I’ve crossed the line here or there, but I’ve just tried to do it in a humorous way.”

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