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Brooks Koepka bests rival Bryson DeChambeau 4 and 3 in 'The Match'

The match between Bryson DeChambeau and Brooks Koepka turned into a rout on Friday, as Koepka throttled his rival in a 4-and-3 victory in a 12-hole match at the Wynn Golf Club in Las Vegas. Koepka, a four-time major winner, had four birdies in the match for charity, while DeChambeau...
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Brooks vs. Bryson: Biggest winners and losers from The Match 5

If you’re here, you already know who technically won Brooks Koepka’s match vs. Bryson DeChambeau — Koepka in a landslide. But this was a showdown months in the making and a high-octane production to go with it. How’d it all go? Let’s review. WINNER: Brooks Koepka’s mojo. Let’s start with...
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Brooks Koepka delivers a beatdown on Bryson DeChambeau in 'The Match'

Brooks Koepka trounced Bryson DeChambeau in “Capital One's The Match,” but did it settle everything between the two once and for all?. "Did we just become best friends?" Amanda Balionis asked following the match. "No," Koepka said. But the two appeared to earn each other's respect after Koepka put on...
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The Match 5 golf scores, results: Brooks Koepka cruises past Bryson DeChambeau in head-to-head showdown

The Match 5 between Bryson DeChambeau and Brooks Koepka was billed as a 12-hole prize fight that mirrors the boxing culture, which much of Las Vegas has been built upon over the years. DeChambeau got knocked out early, though, as the event didn't even see the back side of the course. Koepka won 4 and 3 after making four birdies on the front and leading after eight of the nine holes that were played.

Winner’s bag: The clubs Brooks Koepka used to beat Bryson DeChambeau in The Match

Brooks Koepka, in his first event as a Cleveland/Srixon staffer, won the latest edition of The Match against Bryson DeChambeau on Friday at the Wynn Golf Club in Las Vegas. In his first outing with the new Cleveland/Srixon clubs, Koepka proved he’s quite comfortable with his new setup, silencing any initial doubts on the switch.
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Brooks Koepka quite enjoyed destroying Bryson DeChambeau in The Match

Advantage, Brooksy. If a sporting conflict can only be properly settled on the field of competition, we have no option but to deem Mr. Koepka the winner of the beef that dominated golf discourse in 2021. The four-time major winner—whose eye roll tweeted ‘round the world threw gasoline on a simmering mutual disdain—embarrassed his rival with a 5-and-3 win over Bryson DeChambeau in the latest edition of The Match. Here are six takeways from a subdued affair that, if nothing else, provided some low-stakes entertainment for scores of Americans nursing a crippling food hangover.
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Watch the best moments from Koepka vs. DeChambeau in The Match

Golf's most bitter rivalry took center stage at Wynn Golf Club in Las Vegas on Friday. Brooks Koepka and Bryson DeChambeau went head-to-head in The Match V, the fifth iteration of the charity golf event. Koepka entered the competition holding an advantage over DeChambeau in total career major victories (4-1)...
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How to watch Bryson DeChambeau vs. Brooks Koepka in The Match

The fifth iteration of the charity golf event will feature one of golf’s biggest rivalries as four-time major champion Brooks Koepka battles one-time major champion Bryson DeChambeau. Koepka recently told Golfweek his relationship with DeChambeau is “non-existent,” while DeChambeau said the two have “kind of a disdain for each other.”

2021 Bell Bank Man of the Match Recap

During the 2021 season, Minnesota United once again partnered with Bell Bank to donate to charities after every match. In the 80th minute of each game, fans voted for the best performing Minnesota United player of the match on Twitter. The player with the most votes at the final whistle was then honored as the Bell Bank Man of the Match, with a $1,000 donation being made to the charity of their choice. Overall, $35,000 was donated to 10 different charities. Below is a recap of the players who received this honor and the donations they made throughout the 2021 season.
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Charles Barkley on The Match: “You can’t play golf and not drink. It’s the only sport they let you drink while you’re playing.”

Turner Sports’ latest edition of The Match Friday featured Brooks Koepka against Bryson DeChambeau, and they brought Charles Barkley back on commentary (for the fourth time in five competitions) alongside play-by-play voice Brian Anderson and fellow analyst Phil Mickelson (making his commentary debut here after playing in the previous four versions of The Match). And Barkley gave us one of the funniest bits of golf analysis in a while, discussing how much he appreciates that golf is a sport where you can drink while you’re playing:
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Liverpool 4, Southampton 0 - Match Recap: Reds Crush Southampton at Home

Liverpool: Jota 2’, 32’, Thiago 37’, van Dijk 52’. Liverpool welcome Andy Robertson back to the team after his minor injury away on international duty. Ibrahima Konaté partners with Virgil van Dijk in the center of defense, and Klopp fields what is probably his strongest midfield: Jordan Henderson, Fabinho and Thiago Alcantara.

Wisconsin volleyball takes down Nebraska 3-1 to win share of Big Ten title for third consecutive year

Wisconsin takes down Nebraska 3-1 to win share of Big Ten title for third consecutive year. Wisconsin took down Nebraska in four sets with a 25-18 victory in the fourth. When it was all on the line, Dana Rettke rose to the occasion. The super senior, All American totaled 18 kills on .484 hitting and seven blocks to lead her team to the win and a share of the Big Ten title after a slow start. Grace Loberg was phenomenal all night with 14 kills on .250 hitting, and Devyn Robinson came up big with seven blocks. Sydney Hilley broke the all-time career assists record at Wisconsin after dishing out 48 assists tonight. After hitting really low to start the set, the Badgers ultimately outhit the Huskers .225 to .168.