DETROIT — Bryson DeChambeau and caddie Tim Tucker are taking a break, DeChambeau advised ESPN’s Michael Collins on Thursday.
DeChambeau is enjoying in Detroit within the Rocket Mortgage Basic, and Tucker was on the bag for DeChambeau firstly of the week. DeChambeau advised Collins that Tucker has not stop outright, however the two are going to take a while aside.
He didn’t specify how lengthy the break could be, however Ben Schomin will caddie for DeChambeau the rest of the match in Detroit. A seek for a brand new caddie will start after the match.
“They’ve gone their separate methods for now,” DeChambeau’s agent, Brett Falkoff, advised ESPN’s Bob Harig. “That does not imply perpetually, nevertheless it means they don’t seem to be working collectively now. They met final evening and determined to maneuver on. It is simply an accumulation of issues, and it is by no means simple when a participant and caddie cut up up. They simply determined the very best state of affairs for now was basically to not be collectively anymore.”
Tucker and DeChambeau have had this example occur earlier than, when Tucker stop in 2017, although the 2 reunited in 2018.
Brooks Koepka, who has been engaged in a rivalry with DeChambeau, did not let Thursday’s information go by with out remark. Koepka tweeted a shoutout to his caddie, Ricky Elliott, writing, “Could not do it with out my man Rick!”
— Brooks Koepka (@BKoepka) July 1, 2021
DeChambeau is the defending champion on the Rocket Mortgage Basic.