SHEBOYGAN, Wisconsin – A dangerously long celebration came to a lavish end when chants of “Brooksie, Brooksie, Brooksie” erupted.

This wasn’t the closing ceremony or the Ryder Cup after party, it was the press conference of the American team and the US team had just ended a sprawling and alcohol-soaked Q&A with a strange request.

“I think before this is all over we should hug Brooks and Bryson in the middle of the room. To prove how much we are a team, they’ll hug, ”Justin Thomas said with a big smile.

DeChambeau and Koepka have been a focal point at the PGA Championship in recent months after an embarrassing exchange at the PGA Championship PGA Tour. At the Memorial, fans joined DeChambeau with chants of “Brooksie” and last month the tour drew a hard line on “harassing and disruptive behavior” directed at DeChambeau.

Bryson DeChambeau and Brooks Koepka hug after winning the Ryder Cup

But after the sovereign 19: 9 victory of the USA over the Europeans in the Whistling Straits, the questions of team unity and camaraderie were settled. So much so that Thomas saw his chance.

DeChambeau and Koepka hugged while they held the Ryder Cup while the rest of the team sang, “Why can’t we be friends.”

BY Rex Hoggard

FROM Golf Channel Digital

BY Rex Hoggard

In Saturday’s opening foursome game at the Ryder Cup, tempers flared – but there was no gap between the two teams.

Brooks Koepka was upset about some of the comments he made about the Ryder Cup week these comments made clear on Thursday.

Unfortunately this is nothing new to Brooks Koepka, he is in a hurry to rehabilitate to prepare for the competition.