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Kevin Na-Grayson Murray feud explodes with Mexico Open confrontation

Move over, Brooks and Bryson.

Grayson Murray said on the “Stripe Show” podcast that he confronted Kevin Na on the driving vary Wednesday after his fellow tour professional taunted him following a Twitter beef in January.

“He was cussing at me telling me I should have told him in person, blah blah blah,” Murray stated of Na’s alleged conduct forward of this week’s Mexico Open. “I mean (he was) loud. The range was packed with 40 guys. I guarantee you every one of them could have heard what he said and the caddies.”

The dangerous blood started throughout the Sony Open when Murray, who was not within the area, tweeted that “Kevin Na taking 3 minutes to putt them does get old.”

“u missing the cut is getting old!” Na later responded to Murray, who has plummeted on the planet rankings in recent times.

Grayson Murray playing at the Veritex Bank Championship on April 16, 2022.
Grayson Murray taking part in on the Veritex Bank Championship on April 16, 2022.
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“I said if I wasn’t going to get suspended I’d drop your ass right now on the range because what he said to me was very immature and I know he wouldn’t have said it to me If he saw me on the road outside of the golf course,” stated Murray, whose lone PGA Tour win got here on the 2017 Barbasol Championship.

“I thought it was a very immature thing to say right then and there, four months later. To do it on the range, where he knows it’s his safe spot and he knows I am not going to do anything to him. He’s provoking me. Another player even said, ‘Just keep walking because he’s provoking you. He’s getting what he wants to get out of you.’ The old me would have just gone ahead and done it.”

Na, ranked No. 32 on the planet, is among the gamers who was just lately linked to the brand new Saudi Golf League being headed by Greg Norman.

Kevin Na at the RBC Heritage at Harbor Town Golf Links on April 16, 2022.
Kevin Na on the RBC Heritage at Harbor Town Golf Links on April 16, 2022.
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“I’m living rent-free in his head right now,” Murray stated. “I told him, if he goes and plays in the Saudi League, no one’s going to miss him on this tour.”

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