Just when we thought we'd hear no more about Bryson DeChambeau's gallery rope moment at LIV Golf's invitational in Chicago, Vijay Singh brought it back.
You will probably be familiar with the moment DeChambeau, 29, got clotheslined and absolutely freaked out.
DeChambeau, who recently came second in the long drive world championships in Texas, collapsed to his knees, muttering expletives as he was consoled by his caddie Brian Zeigler.
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It sparked a number of responses across social media. NFL quarterback Josh Allen later dunked on him. Justin Thomas and Shane Lowry didn't seem pleased.
Even Davis Love III ripped DeChambeau during the 2022 Presidents Cup at Quail Hollow.
Now Singh took the time to post this as he participated in the SAS Championship on PGA Tour Champions at Prestonwood Country Club:
See @b_dechambeau? Lift then duck pic.twitter.com/WzpbCH2BPr— Vijay Singh (@VijaySinghGolf) October 17, 2022
DeChambeau appears to have taken all of the gallery rope jibes in good humour.
Although recently he has appeared displeased with LIV Golf not being able to award world ranking points in their events.
DeChambeau and his former PGA Tour "rival" Brooks Koepka raged at this during their last event in Jeddah.
Koepka wanted the governing body to stop "sitting on the fence" whereas DeChambeau blasted: "They are delaying the inevitable. We've hit every mark in their criteria. So, for us not to get points is kind of crazy with, at least I believe [we have], the top players in the world. Not all of them, but we certainly believe there is enough that are in the top 50 and we deserve to be getting world ranking points."
DeChambeau finished in T-21 in Jeddah, picking up a cheque for $172,500.
He will be in the field for the season-ending $50m LIV Golf Team Championship in Miami.
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