Bryson DeChambeau has been called out by European golfers Richard Bland and Edoardo Molinari for not shouting “Fore” after errant tee shots at this week’s WGC St. Jude Invitational.
DeChambeau, the 2020 US Open winner and world No.6, followed a first-round five-under par 65 on Thursday, his best opening round on tour in 10 months, with a 66 Friday to stand four adrift on nine-under 131.
But DeChambeau drew tweets after his opening round, presumably for an errant tee shot into the rough at the par-4 18th at TPC Southwind.
Golfers traditionally yell out as a warning to spectators who might be struck by the ball and injured.
“Bryson ploughing it into the crowd again off the tee & no shout of FORE maybe it needs someone to get seriously injured for him to learn,” tweeted England’s Bland, who won his first European Tour title in May and shared 50th at this year’s US Open, where…