On Tuesday, PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan sent shockwaves by means of the Golf Twitter entire world when he classified chants of “Brooksy” in the way of Bryson DeChambeau as harrassing behavior, the kind that could get enthusiasts kicked out at tournaments transferring forward. We can say with pretty much certainty that with ample alcoholic beverages, the “Brooksy Rule” will be set to the take a look at this week at the Tour Championship.
The vocal minority have by now started weighing in on social media, and the cries of golf remaining “soft” are by now loud and distinct. Like all thoughts, which is one particular folks are entitled to, however extra nuanced feeling-havers are obtaining them selves in the “this has long gone a very little also much” camp.
As for DeChambeau”s fellow professionals, a selection of them offered their thoughts on the issue on Twitter, and most experienced entertaining with it as opposed to really digging in on a single aspect (clever transfer). James Hahn, a two-time PGA Tour winner, kicked it off soon right after information of Monahan’s announcement broke with this tongue-in-cheek post:
Lee Westwood joined in on the pleasurable not extended following:
Shane Lowry then reminded us all that he is dealt with men and women contacting him the improper identify for very some time now, however it’s of course an honest mistake:
And of course, of class Twitter kings Joel Dahmen and Max Homa obtained their PIP position up:
Pretty superior stuff, nevertheless there’s 1 reaction we are continue to waiting for. We’ll let you use your creativity on that one.