Brooks Koepka, Dustin Johnson awkwardly bury Paulina drama

Brooks Koepka and Dustin Johnson should hang to golf.

Accepting a Player of a Year Award, Koepka, 28, seemed in a video posted to a PGA Tour’s Twitter comment on Tuesday, that also featured crony and purported ring partner Johnson, 34. The golfers, reportedly during a core of dual incidents before and after this year’s Ryder Cup, attempted to humorously put new events behind them, though fell flat.

“Hey, man. we don’t wish anything to ever come between us,” Koepka told Johnson in a clip.

“It’s a Jack Nicklaus trophy. Congratulations. You won Player of a Year,” Johnson replied. “You know, I’ve got one of these, too.”

Koepka afterwards stated, “Yeah? Well this bad boy’s mine,” before grinning awkwardly during a camera.

Johnson was reportedly indignant with Koepka for consoling his longtime fiancée, Paulina Gretzky, over attribute troubles. The 29-year-old indication famously purged Johnson from her Instagram in September, that resulted in a golfer making a open matter on Twitter to residence a stream standing of their relationship.

The friends allegedly “clashed on a craft from Atlanta following a Tour Championship,” according to The Sun.

“This Dustin thing we don’t get,” Koepka said, per a UK’s Telegraph. “People like to make a story and run with it. It’s not a initial time there’s been a news story that isn’t loyal that’s left out.”

Despite Koepka’s organisation denial, Team USA captain Jim Furyk suggested a “brief” rumpus did take place.

“Whatever rumpus started, or what happened, it was unequivocally brief. It was unequivocally short,” he accurate Monday on a Golf Channel. “They’re like brothers. Brothers might argue, brothers get into it. But they’re as tighten as they’ve ever been, and it unequivocally had no outcome on possibly one of them.”

The 2018 Ryder Cup was a disaster for a Americans. Amid infighting, including a split between longtime partners Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed, a group was thrashed 17 1/2-11 1/2 by Europe.

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