Cameras Caught Bryson DeChambeau Doing Something Cool for Fan During Final Round

This was awesome to see.
Bryson DeChambeau stopped a signed a fan's hat during the final round of the U.S. Open.
Bryson DeChambeau stopped a signed a fan's hat during the final round of the U.S. Open. /

Bryson DeChambeau won his second U.S. Open in thrilling fashion on Sunday at Pinehurst No. 2 to cap off a week that saw him become a fan favorite once again in the professional golf world.

DeChambeau, who made a fantastic par on the final hole to beat Rory McIlroy by one stroke, had the crowd on his side during all four rounds. He fed off their spirit and they loved every big move he made, especially down the stretch when he made a number of clutch putts and par saves.

NBC's cameras caught DeChambeau doing something pretty awesome during Sunday's final round, as he stopped and signed a fan's hat while walking to a tee box on the back nine.

This was a pretty great moment:

What a week for DeChambeau. And what a memory for that fan.


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ANDY NESBITT

Andy Nesbitt is the assistant managing editor of audience engagement at Sports Illustrated. He works closely with the Breaking and Trending News team to shape SI’s daily coverage across all sports. A 20-year veteran of the sports media business, he has worked for Fox Sports, For the Win, The Boston Globe and NBC Sports, having joined SI in February 2023. Nesbitt is a golf fanatic who desperately wants to see the Super Bowl played on a Saturday night.