Bryson DeChambeau has more jokes in response to annoyed Brooks Koepka video

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Bryson DeChambeau has responded to a video of him annoying Brooks Koepka at the 2021 PGA Championship. Naturally, DeChambeau piled onto what was already a hilarious situation between him and Koepka, who have a notorious ongoing feud.

The since-deleted video — an unreleased outtake from a CBS interview with Koepka — hit social media on Monday night. It showed the golfer getting annoyed as DeChambeau walked by him. Though it's unclear from the clip, DeChambeau reportedly said, "Maybe you should hit it on the right line" after Koepka said he found the Ocean Course at Kiawah Island Golf Resort "difficult to read."

MORE: Koepka had amazing reaction to DeChambeau at PGA Championship

The moment created an iconic reaction from Koepka, whose disdain for DeChambeau was evident before he even entered the frame. Here's a shot of the clip just as DeChambeau walks behind Koepka:

(Twitter screengrab)

DeChambeau commented on an Instagram post of the viral clip, aiming yet another snarky comment at his rival:

(Screengrab captured from For The Win)

Another wonderfully petty addition to this feud. Hey PGA, please put these two together in the first two rounds of the U.S. Open.

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