Bryson DeChambeau might just regret the comments he made live on a Twitch stream about Brooks Koepka's abdominal muscles, after the four-time major champion fired straight back on Twitter.
Back in August, DeChambeau was heavily criticised for his slow play antics at The Northern Trust at Liberty National, after a video emerged of the American taking over two minutes to hit a 10-foot putt, which he then missed.
One player who had something to say on the matter was none other than Brooks Koepka, who feels very strongly against slow play.
DeChambeau took offence to Koepka's comments and after sending a warning shot to Koepka's caddie, the two had a conversation before their final round.
Both players denied any form of altercation and DeChambeau said that he learnt a lot from his discussion with Koepka.
Months later and DeChambeau has been on a pretty intense fitness journey that has seen him pile on some serious mass, in an attempt to keep up with the Tour's biggest hitters, including Koepka.
Earlier this week, DeChambeau was discussing his physique live on his Twitch channel where he claimed that he now weighs "significantly more" than his Ryder Cup team mate, while also saying that Koepka "has no abs."
Bryson goes after Brooks’ physique!! pic.twitter.com/NSugaoCs1h— Eric Patterson (@EPatGolf) January 15, 2020
Following an extensive break due to a knee injury, Koepka made his return to action at this week's Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship where he got off to a fantastic start, shooting six-under par.
DeChambeau is also competing in Abu Dhabi, putting his new size to the test, but the 26-year-old struggled to find accuracy off the tee and salvaged a level-par round thanks to a birdie at the final hole.
After his round, Koepka decided to fire back at DeChambeau's recent comments about his abs and did so by tweeting a photo of his four major trophies along with the caption "You were right DeChambeau I am 2 short of a 6 pack!".
Considering that DeChambeau is yet to win a major, I think it's safe to say that this round goes to Koepka.