Bryson DeChambeau: 'I apologize to Richard McEvoy and the fans'

American Bryson DeChambeau has apologised for his behaviour at the end of the European Open in Germany. Not surprising, then, that he found himself in hot water.

In his last four holes, DeChambeau made two bogeys and a triple-bogey eight at the last before quickly leaving the course in Hamburg.

Scot David Drysdale had an eventful round of mixed fortunes which concluded with a double-bogey seven on the last hole for a level-par 72. Alas, on the par-5 18, the former NCAA and U.S. Amateur champion sent his tee shot and third into the drink, eliciting another fiery response from DeChambeau. Coupled with McEvoy's birdie, DeChambeau went from possible win to 13th place.

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Many, including fellow players, deemed the move in poor sportsmanship.

Richard McEvoy claimed his maiden PGA European Tour title at the 285th attempt yesterday after a dramatic finish to the Porsche European Open in Hamburg. A terrific golf course with great support from the fans. It appears DeChambeau agreed, apologizing to McEvoy and fans for his actions on the final green.

The display drew the attention of many on social media, including DeChambeau's peer, Englishman Eddie Pepperell.

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"I apologize to Richard McEvoy and the fans for my brevity on 18", the world No. 23 wrote on Instagram.

For the record, DeChambeau's collapse saw him plummet from the top of the leaderboard to finish in a tie for 13th.

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