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Bryson DeChambeau’s Girlfriend Posts Hot New Pics On Instagram; Brooks Koepka Makes Bold Statement His About U.S. Open Status!

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Unless you have been living under a rock, Bryson DeChambeau has become one of the hottest young golfers on the PGA Tour. In fact, he has gained so much notoriety that he will be playing alongside Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers against Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady and recent PGA Championship winner Phil Mickleson in “The Match” in Big Sky, Montana on July 6th.

While Bryson is certainly known for his skills on the golf course, what you may not know is that he is dating arguably the hottest WAG on the PGA tour, Sophia Phalen Bertolami. Sophia posted a few new pictures on her Instagram account, and we decided to share those with you below.

In other PGA news, Bryson DeChambeau’s arch nemesis, Brooks Koepka recently commented on this weekend’s upcoming US Open Championship and he sees things going for him. You can see what he had to say on the subject below.

“I just need tournament reps and trying to hit different shots on your competition,” Koepka said on Friday. “I’ve missed so much of the season just with the knee, where I feel like I’m already a little bit behind. I like where my game’s at. I’m striking it well, putting it well. So I don’t see anything wrong. It’s just, like I said, maybe a little lack of focus and maybe — these weeks before the majors, I start thinking about next week instead of where I’m at. It’s not an excuse, but it just needs to be better. I need to be where I’m at currently, even more present in this tournament than thinking about next week.

I don’t try to miss a cut,” Koepka said. “I don’t know, I just have a harder time focusing in regular PGA Tour events than I do majors. Majors, I know I’m locked in from the moment I hit the first tee shot. Even walking from the first tee shot to the ball, my head is still going on what I need to do. Out here I kind of lose focus for a little bit. I’ve got to figure it out. That’s why I struggle, I think, in regular events. It’s the focus and the energy, the excitement level just isn’t there when it would be in a major. It’s different. I thrive off that bigger stage, that big moment where there’s a bunch of fans and a tough golf course. I love it.

I’m playing really good. I like the way I’m striking the ball. I like the way I’m putting the ball too. Just seemed to be a little bit of speed control,” Koepka said. “I like where I’m at. I’ll take it to next week.”

Credit: Golf.com
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