Bryson DeChambeau struck a lady in the ankle with his first shot at the Ryder Cup in the Afternoon Fourballs.
DeChambeau unleashed a drive to the left of the green at the reachable par-4 1st hole, and his ball unfortunately clattered into a lady's ankle.
WATCH BRYSON'S DRIVE HERE
It can't be certain whether DeChambeau shouted 'FORE!' or not given the noise of the crowd.
To DeChambeau's credit, he made a remarkable up-and-down for birdie to halve the opening hole.
He also gave the lady a signed ball as an apology.
1 swing, 1 spectator struck. Bryson's Ryder Cup has begun.— Riggs (@RiggsBarstool) September 24, 2021
DeChambeau missed out on the morning foursomes on day one but was sent out for the afternoon fourballs alongside Scottie Scheffler to face Jon Rahm and Tyrrell Hatton.
Do you really think she was gonna jump up and run for cover? He should obviously shout “fore” but it ain’t gonna change much with crowds. It’s a lot different than alerting an unsuspecting player a fairway over at the Country Club.— Hack Daddy (@holeinmybat) September 24, 2021
bryson dechambeau is the man of the people! the people's champ! #rydercup— the silverback (@theblack_caesar) September 24, 2021
Any danger of a fore shout Bryson? #RyderCup— DAN (@dansoutham89) September 24, 2021
Aaaand Bryson has almost killed somebody— Fore Play (@ForePlayPod) September 24, 2021