Instagram sensation Paige Spiranac has trolled golf star Bryson DeChambeau after the US Open winner failed to fire at The Masters.
The hulking American raised eyebrows before his opening round at Augusta by claiming that the par-72 course plays more like a par-67 for him because of his unprecedented long-hitting game.
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A tough Day One and a head-scratching moment on Day Two when DeChambeau lost his ball only 30 yards from the green just about summed up his fortune.
But the big-talking American didn’t escape that easily after former golfer, turned Instagram sensation, Spiranac took a dig at him.
“DeChambeau is in deshambleas,” she mocked.
She even threw in a cheeky response to a fan after DeChambeau’s troubles continued.
DeChambeau just made the cut on Day 3 finishing 1-under through 12 holes.
Spiranac takes aim at DeChambeau
It’s not the first time Spiranac has singled out the controversial golfer.
Earlier in the year, Spiranac blasted DeChambeau after the hulking golfer was captured in a meltdown at the Memorial Tournament.
A day after Dechambeau stunned the golfing world with an eye-catching 423-yard (387 metre) monster drive, the American was left cursing his misfortune at the tournament in Ohio.
The hulking American, who has turned heads with a super-sized body and swing since the return from the coronavirus pandemic, was involved in a heated discussion with officials and labelled one ruling ‘garbage’.
He was also involved in a confrontation with the cameraman at an earlier tournament, which prompted Spiranac to hit out at him.
“I used to be a big Bryson fan. I was all in on Bryson … I thought he was doing things that were different, innovative and he is who he is, and I respect that,” he said on her latest Playing-A-Round podcast.
“But in the last few weeks it’s been really hard to be a Bryson fan. He’s crossed that line from being different to being a d**k.”
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