DeChambeau apologizes for behavior at European Open

Bryson De Chambeau reacts after dumping a shot into the water on Sunday in Germany

Bryson De Chambeau reacts after dumping a shot into the water on Sunday

Bryson Dechambeau has apologized to Richard McEvoy for his "brevity" after the American missed out on a European Open victory Sunday.

"I am never going to overpower a golf course like this".

McEvoy secured his first European title at the 285th attempt following a victory on the Challenger Tour in France the previous week.

McEvoy had started the final day in a share of the lead with Bryson DeChambeau but successive bogeys late in his round saw the American fall out of contention.

The German, who has just 5 percent of his hearing and has relied on hearing aids for nearly all of his life, shot a final-round 67 - the best score of the day - to finish in a three-way tie for second behind victor Richard McEvoy.

DeChambeau, who shared the overnight lead with McEvoy, came to the 18th needing a birdie to have any chance of entering a play-off with Sweden's Christofer Blomstrand, Italy's Renato Paratore and the fine German amateur Allen John, who were in the clubhouse on 10 under.

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The Englishman, who is yet to win on the European Tour, took the outright lead with birdies at No. 9 and No. 11 before play at the Green Eagle Golf Course was suspended for nearly three hours due to lightning storms.

DeChambeau was just a shot behind, despite bogeys at two par fives, the 15th and 16th. Reed began round four one shot off the lead but returned a closing 4-over 76 to drop to equal ninth.

McEvoy was adamant that last week's victory helped him to victory in Germany this week.

Reed was looking like the dangerman, adding a 69 to his first two rounds of 70 and 66.

The 30-year-old finished ahead of several big names in a star-studded field, which included 2018 Masters champion Patrick Reed, 2011 Masters victor Charl Schwartzel and rising American star Bryson DeChambeau.

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