Bryson DeChambeau Celebrates U.S. Open Victory With Trump Family, Drinks Wine From Trophy


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Bryson DeChambeau celebrated his hard-fought U.S. Open victory with members of the Trump family at Westchester National Golf Club on Monday night.

The former president sent Dechambeau a congratulatory message shortly after his wild victory on Sunday. “Congratulations to Bryson DeChambeau on his incredible WIN of the United States Open! He showed a toughness and inner strength, matched perfectly with his GREAT Golfing Talent, that can never be denied! Under massive pressure, he pulled off some of the greatest shots ever made, especially his spectacular sand save on the 18th Hole that gave him the Victory,” Trump wrote in Truth Social post.

Trump went on to state that DeChambeau will go on to win many more Major Championships,” adding that he “is a truly tough competitor, even a nasty one, but he also happens to be a great guy.”

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DeChambeau won his second U.S. Open title on Sunday in one of the most intense final rounds in recent major championship history after the LIV Golf star out-dueled Rory McIlroy. The Northern Irish star had a one-stroke lead until missing a series of heartbreaking short putts down the stretch. After coughing up the lead on 18, DeChambeau defied the odds with an outstanding par save after sending his tee shot wide left and eventually winding up in a deep green-side bunker.

“The U.S.A. could not be better represented. Congratulations also to LIV Golf for their genius in signing Bryson and other of the best Golfers in the World. Hopefully Golf will soon come together as one, fully united, which is the way it should be!” Trump wrote on Truth Social.

After securing the trophy, DeChambeau could be seen partying with Eric Trump and his wife, RNC co-chair Lara Trump. At one point, DeChambeau could be seen chugging wine out of the U.S. Open trophy.

Eric held the trophy while DeChambeau poured red wine into it. “Now that’s a full trophy, ladies and gentlemen,” Trump said.

The major champion later hit some glowing golf balls into the night with the Trump family, as evidenced by a video captioned, “send it, Bryson,” by Lara Trump.

Sunday’s victory was DeChambeau’s second major championship after he previously won the U.S. Open in 2020. The American has been in arguably the best form of his career in the current major campaign with a top 10 finish in The Masters and a runner-up at the PGA Championship.

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