U.S. Open Champion Bryson DeChambeau Offers To Settle The Trump-Biden Golf Debate


Reigning U.S. Open Champion Bryson DeChambeau wants to settle the debate over the golf game of President Biden and former President Trump by hosting a golf match between the two.

Trump and Biden clashed over their respective gold handicaps after the former president questioned Biden’s cognitive ability. Trump — an avid golfer and owner of multiple courses — bragged that he recently won two club championships at the age of 78. “To do that, you have to be quite smart, and you have to be able to hit the ball a long way, and I do it,” he continued. “He doesn’t do it. He can’t hit a ball 50 yards. He challenged me to a golf match—he can’t hit a ball 50 yards.” 

Biden then pointed to his golf handicap while serving as vice president and added that he would be happy to settle the discussion with a driving contest.

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The back-and-forth went viral on social media and emerged as one of the highlights of the 90-minute debate. DeChambeau — who has become one of golf’s biggest stars thanks in part to his wildly popular YouTube channel — was kick to offer to settle the debate once and for all.

“Let’s settle this whole handicap debate, I’ll host the golf match on my YouTube,” DeChambeau wrote in an X post while tagging both candidates.

The LIV golf star — who won his second U.S. Open earlier this month after out-dueling Rory McIlroy — has golfed with Trump on multiple occasions.

After winning his second major championship at Pinehurst over Father’s Day weekend, DeChambeau celebrated the victory with the former president’s son Eric and his wife, RNC co-chair Lara Trump.

The multi-time PGA and LIV winner has been on an incredible run in 2024. He tied for sixth in the Masters and finished runner-up at the PGA Championship.

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