DeChambeau parts company with caddy

In the ever-changing world of Bryson DeChambeau he has now split up with his caddy Tim Tucker. The pair had combined in all of the American’s eight wins, including the US Open victory at Winged Foot last year, but DeChambeau will now be on the look out for a new caddy on one of the most prized, if exhausting, bags.

Tucker had actually caddied in the practice rounds this week at the Rocket Mortgage Classic the apparently mutual decision was made before the tournament got going.

"They had a good run, and they mutually agreed to go their separate ways," DeChambeau's agent, Brett Falkoff, told the Golf Channel. "Everything runs its course. Tim was getting tired and Bryson was getting tired. In any relationship they run their course, and that's what happened here. It wasn't one specific issue. It was a culmination. Like any caddie-player relationship, they had their ups and downs. They wish each other nothing but the best and will always be there for each other."

DeChambeau had Cobra Golf tour operations manager, Ben Schomin, on his bag. And DeChambeau’s chief rival and sparring partner Brooks Koepka wasted no time in having a little dig, posting on Twitter: "Couldn't do it without my guy Rick (Elliott),” Koepka wrote on his Twitter account. "Best friend and greatest caddie to do it."