A little bit teasing by no means harm anybody, no less than not in jest. Brandel Chamblee and Eamon Lynch proved that as they handed off digs to one another on Twitter forward of the 151st Open Championship.
Lynch took the primary shot, sharing a photograph of Chamblee subsequent to the Claret Jug.
“Hoping he doesn’t choke throughout ‘Stay From the Open’ attributable to stress that comes with unfamiliar proximity to a trophy,” Lynch mentioned in his tweet.
Lynch went for the jugular on this caption. Chamblee has only one PGA Tour win in his profession however had 4 runner-up finishes. He landed two third-place finishes, 11 prime 5s and 25 prime 10s in 370 begins. Chamblee made the minimize simply 188 occasions, roughly about 50%.
Hoping he doesn’t choke throughout “Stay From the Open” as a result of stress that comes with unfamiliar proximity to a trophy. pic.twitter.com/8eMN2imiSi
— Eamon Lynch (@eamonlynch) July 17, 2023
In majors, Chamblee’s greatest end was T18 on the 1999 Masters Event. His greatest end on the Open Championship was a T62 in 2001. Chamblee by no means performed within the PGA Championship, and his greatest end on the U.S. Open was T44 in 2001.
Lynch isn’t far off along with his caption about Chamblee arising brief with main championships. It’s a powerful dig, however Chamblee might have received this trash discuss battle.
I’ll be channeling your resolve when watching you cope with the stress that comes from unfamiliar proximity to a salad. https://t.co/sAotd7AEUS
— Brandel Chamblee (@chambleebrandel) July 17, 2023
Chamblee tweeted Lynch’s photograph with a caption of his personal.
“I’ll be channeling your resolve when watching you cope with the stress that comes from unfamiliar proximity to a salad,” Chamblee mentioned.
Lynch took his shot, however it wasn’t sufficient to maintain his goal from retaliating. Chamblee laid the TKO blow and shortly silenced Lynch. Hopefully, this alternate is simply two buddies poking enjoyable at one another, and Chamblee avoids including one other enemy to his checklist.