Bryson DeChambeau stunned golf fans Sunday, coming from behind for a thrilling victory at the 124th U.S. Open at Pinehurst No. 2. Despite entering the final day with a three shot lead, DeChambeau found himself two back of Rory McIlroy with five holes to play.

Yet, the now two-time U.S. Open champion showed the gumption needed to pull off the unlikely win.

He celebrated on the course with friends and family, expressing the jubilance earned through hard work and determination. Afterwards though, he even got a nod of approval from a former rival: Brooks Koepka.

“Welcome to the club 2x @usopengolf champ @b_dechambeau,” Koepka wrote on X.

It is the latest sign that the beef that took over the golf world a few years back has been put to rest.

Bryson DeChambeau – Brooks Koepka Beef Explained

The beef started way back in the day when Koepka called out DeChambeau for his slow pace of play in Dubai. The same issue cropped its head up again later that year on the PGA Tour at the Northern Trust Open.

Bryson DeChambeau eventually got back at the five-time major champion. Everyone knows the great shape that DeChambeau is in. Well, he made it a point to let everyone know that was not the case for his rival claiming he lacked abdomen muscles.

“I don't know if even genetics can make him look good,” DeChambeau said after Koepka appeared on ESPN's The Body issue. “He didn't have any abs, I can tell you that.”

That prompted the most perfect response from Koepka, who simply posted an image of his then four major (2 U.S. Open, 2 PGA Championship) trophies on social media with the caption, “You were right. I am two short of a six pack.”

The feud between the two golfers only grew from there, with more quips back and forth.

However, all of that finally reached its end in 2021 when DeChambeau and Koepka were seen hugging it out at the Ryder Cup. A year later, LIV Golf was formed. At different times, both golf superstars jumped ship from the PGA Tour to the Saudi-backed league without remorse.

That likely brought them even closer, as now they were considered the enemy together by fans and players alike.

Flash forward three years, and the two are like chums, apparently.

DeChambeau joined an exclusive list at the U.S. Open Sunday. He is now one of only five men to win multiple U.S Open titles aged 30 or younger, joining Koepka, Tiger Woods, Jack Nicklaus and Ernie Els.

Not bad company to be in.