Bryson DeChambeau Oct 29, 2022; Miami, Florida, USA; Bryson DeChambeau plays his shot off the second tee during the second round of the season finale of the LIV Golf series at Trump National Doral. Mandatory Credit: John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports

Golf star Bryson DeChambeau has no problem speaking his mind about pretty much anything – even if it leads to bizarre comments on Fox News. That is especially true when it comes to his thoughts on the Saudi-backed LIV Golf circuit and the PGA Tour. And he was certainly at it again this week.

Dechambeau wrapped up his 2022 golf season this weekend with a runner-up finish at the final LIV Golf event of the year. After the event, Bryson Dechambeau took to Instagram to congratulate the event’s winner, Louis Oosthuizen. But he couldn’t help throwing in a little jab at the PGA Tour in the process.


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“What a battle. 23 Holes of non-stop action w/ fellow competitor @louisoosthuizen57. Bittersweet feeling moving into my first ever off-season but couldn’t be more proud and honored to share a team with such amazing guys @paul_caseygolf@banstaa@charleshowell3@crushers_gc. Being on a team has really been a refreshing take on golf and made it much more enjoyable for me. See you all in 23’,” DeChambeau wrote in the caption of his Instagram post.

DeChambeau’s reference to his “first ever off-season” is some non-so-subtle shade at the PGA Tour, implying that he never got a break while on the Tour. The golf world had plenty to say about his comments.

It’s safe to say that the golf world isn’t giving him all that much sympathy – just like they didn’t when he got into a battle with a rope earlier this year.

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