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Bryson DeChambeau, who finished second to Xander Schauffele in the PGA Golf tour, ensured that he left the court with a heartwarming gesture towards a fan. It was his walk towards the No.10 tee when he tossed the ball to the young kid, but it got intercepted by an old man. Bryson made sure that the kid got the ball back from the man. 

It was Schauffele’s six-foot birdie that putt circled the cup on 18 and sealed the game from Bryson who had shot a Sunday 64 at Valhalla which remained one shot short of his opponents’ number. During his 16th hole shot, his ball struck a tree and bounced back immediately into the fairway, which turned into a birdie in a tense three-man battle. 

During his walk towards the No.10 tee after finishing his 9th, the muscleman of the sport came against a young boy on the sidelines of the rope, after which he tossed his ball to the kid when an older man saw an opportunity to grab the ball and left immediately. DeChambeau halted his way, shouted at the guy, and said, “Hey! Hey! Give the ball to the kid!” Louisville Metro Police stepped in the matter and resolved the issue.

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The hunt for a second major continues for DeChambeau who last won a major in the 2020 US Open. In his previous few attempts, he had given a tough fight to the opponents but this one will always be his grueling one so far.