Brooks Koepka uses a dartboard with a picture of Brandel Chamblee on it for target practice
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Brooks Koepka uses a dartboard with a picture of Brandel Chamblee on it for target practice

A photo of golfer Brooks Koepka Credit: Getty Images

It's no secret that Brooks Koepka isn't the biggest fan of Golf Channel analyst Brandel Chamblee.

The pair have been engaged in various Twitter beefs over the last year or so, with Chamblee arguing Koepka was in a fellow playing partner's line of sight during a round, Chamblee criticizing Koepk's weight loss for a magazine photo shoot, Chamblee suggesting Koepka couldn't challenge a resurgent Tiger Woods. There's more, but you get it. They're not buddies.

So, there was a moment of humor in the feud of sorts when Koepka took to Instagram to share a photo of himself playing darts.

It just so turned out that Koepka had a custom dartboard with the background being a picture of Brandel Chamblee.

That's pretty funny right there, and it looks like Koepka has some touch on the oche, too. He was pretty close to the bullseye with two of his three darts.

Koepka has continued to show a fun side of himself during the lockdown, from letting his bad quarantine hair cut see the light of day to mashing golf balls left-handed to just being a normal human being.

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