Bryson DeChambeau apologizes for handshake ‘brevity’ after collapse









Bryson DeChambeau had a shot at a win at the Porsche European Open on Sunday, but a complete collapse in the final four holes left him T13 at 6-under.

The winner? It was Richard McEvoy. The moment that he clinched the victory, it appeared DeChambeau barely gave him a handshake:

People on Twitter were furious:

Fellow golfer Eddie Pepperell called it “classless”:

DeChambeau responded on Instagram:

“Tough finish today at the @peo_18, but overall I had a great week in Hamburg. Thank you to Porsche European Open for having me. A terrific golf course with great support from the fans. I apologize to Richard McEvoy and the fans for my brevity on 18. He is a class act, worthy champion and I enjoyed playing with him the past two days.”

At least it wasn’t the kind of behavior we all saw at the British Open practice range.









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