Bryson DeChambeau's former caddie Tim Tucker has poured cold water on suggestions there is any animosity between the pair.
Tucker was back on looping duties last weekend for Kurt Kitayama as he claimed his maiden victory at the Arnold Palmer Invitational.
In case you have forgotten, Tucker and DeChambeau split on the eve of the 2021 Rocket Mortgage Classic.
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Tucker was on the bag for all eight of DeChambeau's PGA Tour titles, including his memorable 2020 U.S. Open victory at Winged Foot.
According to reports at the time, it was Tucker who decided to walk away. Other reports suggested it was mutual.
Whatever happened, Tucker has maintained the pair are still on good terms.
Tucker was pressed on the topic of DeChambeau, and he told the publication:
Tucker previously explained how he regretted leaving DeChambeau. In an episode of Golf's Subpar, he explained:
Tucker said DeChambeau demands a lot from his team.
As for Tucker, spent some time caddying at Bandon Dunes and setting up a shuttle business called LOOP Golf Transportation.
That takes golfers back-and-forth to the resort. He also worked on developing a putting alignment marker called TrueAim.
Kitayama said he called Tucker during the Waste Management Phoenix Open to enquire about hiring him as a caddie.
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