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- Fans have been shouting ‘Brooksie’ in DeChambeau’s face
- Code of conduct updated with rules on gallery harassment
The latest twist in the dispute between Bryson DeChambeau and Brooks Koepka has been delivered by the head of the PGA Tour. Jay Monahan has said spectators bawling Koepka’s name at DeChambeau during tournaments will be ejected on grounds of harassment.
DeChambeau and Koepka have traded public blows for most of this year. On Sunday, immediately after De Chambeau fell short at the BMW Championship, a fan shouted “Brooksie” in his face, much to the Californian’s obvious disgust. Immediately before the season‑ending Tour Championship in Atlanta, Monahan directly raised the issue of gallery conduct. The PGA Tour has been updating its fan code of conduct policy.