Brooks Koepka, Bryson DeChambeau shake hands, hug after winning Ryder Cup

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The Golf Channel cameras were ready for when the moment happened.

As members of the U.S. Ryder Cup team were gathering in celebration of defeating the Europeans, Brooks Koepka made his way through his teammates and approached Bryson DeChambeau. The two shook hands and then they hugged it out.

It was quick but it a genuine moment between the two.

Each golfer did his part to help the Americans reclaim the Cup.

DeChambeau defeated Sergio Garcia 3 and 2 in Sunday singles to go 2-0-1 during the week. Koepka took down Bernd Wiesberger 2 and 1 in singles and posted a 2-2-1 mark this week. Now, they’re members of a winning Ryder Cup team.

“(The team) had a mission this week and you could tell, they played great and they came together. I mean, Brooks and Bryson wanted to play together; that’s how much it came together,” captain Steve Stricker said. “That shows a lot about this whole team.”

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