Paige Spiranac tipped Bryson DeChambeau to win The Masters at the start of the week, and then ended up mocking him on Twitter at the end of it.
Spiranac, who has the largest following of any lady golfer in the world across all her social media platforms, believed DeChambeau would have the biggest advantage of any player in golf's final major due to ranking first in the PGA Tour's driving distance charts.
But as things panned out at Augusta National, DeChambeau's all-out attack mode backfired somewhat after narrowly making the halfway cut on the level-par number.
A third-round 69 moved DeChambeau up to 3-under par after 54 holes, but 13 strokes off the pace heading into the final round.
"Lesson learned from Bryson this week guys," tweeted Spiranac." It’s not how long your shaft is but how you use it."
Lesson learned from Bryson this week guys. It’s not how long your shaft is but how you use it https://t.co/cviAXs9ZmC— Paige Spiranac (@PaigeSpiranac) November 13, 2020
It was a tweet that even reduced Brooks Koepka to laughter tears.
— Brooks Koepka (@BKoepka) November 15, 2020
Spiranac further mocked DeChambeau on Friday when tweeting: “DeChambeau is in deshambleas."
DeChambeau ended up finishing in tied 34th on 2-under par, 18 strokes behind eventual Masters champion Dustin Johnson.
Koepka, who was Spiranac's other pick for the title, finished tied seventh on 10-under par.
DeChambeau is in deshambles— Paige Spiranac (@PaigeSpiranac) November 13, 2020