PGA Tour chief Jay Monahan said Tuesday that fans taunting Bryson DeChambeau by addressing him with the name of his arch-rival Brooks Koepka risked expulsion from future tournaments.
Speaking ahead of this week’s season-ending Tour Championship in Atlanta, Monahan waded into the issue of fan behaviour which has emerged during the simmering feud between DeChambeau and Koepka.
At several recent events, DeChambeau has been heckled with cries of “Brooksie” from the galleries.
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On Sunday, after an agonising playoff defeat to Patrick Cantlay at the BMW Championship, DeChambeau swore in response to a fan who catcalled him with the words “Great job, Brooksie!”.
On Tuesday, Monahan said the tour would move to stamp out the heckling, describing it as disruptive behaviour bordering on…