PointsBet Settle The Beef: Get Bryson DeChambeau, Brooks Koepka at +100 in Head to Head at US Open
PointsBet Settle The Beef: Get DeChambeau, Koepka at +100 in Head to Head at US Open
Unless you live under a rock, you know that Brooks Koepka and Bryson DeChambeau aren’t exactly the biggest fans of one another. There is a long history of their feud, which seems to have started a few years ago when Koepka made comments about how slow the pace of play on Tour was. Those comments appeared to be aimed at DeChambeau, who is notorious for taking his times with shots, calculating distance and slope and all sorts of other variables.
The beef appeared to be over for some time. They would take some pot shots at each other here and there, but nothing major. That was until Sunday, following the PGA Championship, when we got the infamous eye-roll video.
Wouldn’t it be great if bettors could capitalize from this Brooks Koepka vs. Byson DeChambeau beef? Well, luckily for you, our friends over at PointsBet are giving new and existing users in New Jersey the chance to do just that with their “Settle the Beef” odds boost.
Right now, you can take either Bryson DeChambeau or Brooks Koepka in a head-to-head at the 2021 US Open and get either golfer at +100 odds. That’s right, even odds no matter who you choose and you can bet up to $50.
PointsBet Odds Boost: Settle The Beef Between Bryson DeChambeau and Brooks Koepka
This is the perfect way to settle the beef, and taking advantage of it at PointsBet is as easy as:
1. Sign up or log into PointsBet using the exclusive offer button below
2. Make a deposit in your account
3. Head over to golf boosters in the booster hub
4. Pick either Brooks Koepka or Byrson DeChambeau at +100 to win head to head at the US Open
5. Collect up to $50 when your golfer wins
Bryson DeChambeau vs. Brooks Koepka
If you’re looking for a little insight into who you should pick, you came to the right place. The last time these two were on the same course together, during the PGA Championship, it was Koepka that came away victorious in a head-to-head matchup.
Koepka shot 4-under par over 72 holes and finished T2, behind Phil Mickelson. DeChambeau finished seven strokes behind Koepka at 3-over par.
But, if you’re going to base your decision for PointsBet’s Settle the Beef promo on course performance, it’s a toss up. Neither golfer has performed well at the Torrey Pines South Course in their career. Koepka has played three tournaments there, making the cut just once. Meanwhile, DeChambeau has played two tournaments on the course and missed the cut both times.