Bryson DeChambeau goes on epic Snapchat rant to his slow play haters!

Bryson DeChambeau takes to social media and swears down the phone to his slow-play critics. 

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Fri, 16 Aug 2019
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Bryson DeChambeau has fired back at his slow-play critics with an epic rant on Snapchat during this week's BMW Championship.

DeChambeau, 25, was slammed at last week's Northern Trust after taking close to two and half minutes to hit a 10-foot putt, and also pacing out a 70-yard wedge shot that took more than three minutes to play. 

The five-time PGA Tour winner was ripped by a huge number of golf fans and celebrities for his actions in the opening FedEx Cup Playoffs tournament, especially by 'Good Morning Britain' host Piers Morgan, who urged DeChambeau to "never play golf again" should he not be able to speed up his pace of play.

WATCH BRYSON'S SNAPCHAT RANT FROM THE BMW CHAMPIONSHIP...

 

 

DeChambeau claimed a number of things in his 41-second video rant to his followers, but he made it be known that despite the stick he received for taking his time over a number of shots at Liberty National, he was "never on the clock."

"Y'all want to say whatever you want, and that's okay, but I'm out here doing the right thing, having a great time with the Pro-Am guys and killing it... and honestly, we are on these guys' asses all the time," said DeChambeau.

"Last week I played under time. This week, the same thing. Never on the clock last week.

"You can all say whatever you want, but we're having a f****** awesome time. 

"So screw all you haters. I still love you all, even though you all hate me."

WATCH: BRYSON SLAMMED FOR TAKING AN AGE AT NORTHERN TRUST

DeChambeau is currently ranked 20th in the FedEx Cup standings at this week's second stage of the Playoffs, where the top 30 players after this week's BMW Championship head into the season finale at the Tour Championship, which takes on a new handicap start. 

The winner of the FedEx Cup will scoop a new giant prize pot of $15 million. 

DeChambeau opened with a 1-under 71 at the BMW Championship to lie in a tie for 50th and six strokes off the early pace set by Justin Thomas and Jason Kokrak. 

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