Paige Spiranac mocks Bryson DeChambeau after TV interview trainwreck

Tom Brady isn’t the only one having fun with Brooks Koepka memes.

This week former pro golfer turned Instagram influencer Paige Spiranac posted a comical composite of an annoyed Koepka getting a peck on the cheek from his nemesis, Bryson DeChambeau, as the golfers’ feud continues to intensify.

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“When the PIP check comes in,” Spiranac tweeted to her 441,000 followers.

When the PIP check comes in pic.twitter.com/msIs8qzSmk

Spiranac has been critical of DeChambeau in the past, and praised NFL legend Brady after the seven-time Super Bowl champion fired off Koepka-inspired memes to promote “The Match”, which pits celebrity athletes with pro golfers and will take place in July.

Brady will once again partner with Phil Mickelson, this year’s PGA Championship winner, while DeChambeau will team up with Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers.

Okay I’ll admit it, Tom Brady is the 🐐 https://t.co/wcLLUkjQg0

Koepka’s visible disdain for DeChambeau boiled over during a recent leaked TV interview, as the polarising golfer — who has bulked up and become the biggest hitter on tour — appeared to walk into Koepka’s shot.

“Christ. I f***ing lost my train of thought hearing that bulls***. F***ing Christ,” Koepka said.

Koepka, who is engaged to model Jena Sims, took aim at DeChambeau in 2019 over his slow play. The buff golfer took a swing at Koepka’s physique a year later.

DeChambeau kept the jabs rolling this week after Koepka publicly offered his condolences to Rodgers over being paired with DeChambeau for “The Match”.

“It’s nice to be living rent free in your head!” DeChambeau tweeted.

Spiranac has since reacted to DeChambeau and Koepka’s virtual round two, posting: “Forget Paul vs Mayweather. I would pay an unlimited amount to watch Brooks vs Bryson.”

This article first appeared on the New York Post and was reproduced with permission

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