Bryson DeChambeau

Bryson DeChambeau

Bryson DeChambeau

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22 Things You Didn’t Know About Bryson DeChambeau

1. He was born in Modesto, California

 

7. He is one of five men to have won the US Amateur and men’s NCAA Divison 1 Championship in the same year after Jack Nicklaus, Phil Mickelson, Tiger Woods and Ryan Moore

8. He, Woods and Nicklaus are the only players to have won the US Amateur, NCAA Div 1 Champs and three PGA Tour titles by the age of 25

9. All of his clubs have names – his 60 degree lob wedge is named ‘The King’ after Arnold Palmer and his 6 iron is named ‘Juniper’ after the sixth hole at Augusta

10. He uses JumboMax golf grips on his clubs which are the largest on the market. They help him hold the club in his palms.

 

11. Cites his interests as physics, family, faith, fishing and cars

12. He was low amateur at the 2016 Masters, finishing T21st

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13. He won the 2010 California State Junior Championship aged 16

14. As an amateur he would float his golf balls in water and epsom salts to check that the centre of gravity is perfectly in the middle

15. He only wears his Hogan flat cap on tournament days and wears baseball caps in practice rounds

 

16. He has won over $23m on the PGA Tour.

17. He became the first man to average over 350 yards and win on the PGA Tour at the 2020 Rocket Mortgage Classic

18. Also at the 2020 Rocket Mortgage Classic, he became the first PGA Tour winner to lead the field in SG: Off the tee and SG: Putting

19. At the 2014 World Amateur Team Championships in Karuizawa, Japan, he shot a course record 10 under par 61 to help the USA win

20. He occasionally streams on gaming site Twitch under the username ‘thebadone23’ where he has over 4,000 followers. also He chats to fans, shows off his swing and plays Fortnite. and He has also properly started his YouTube channel where he gives a behind-the-scenes look at his life on Tour, what’s in his bag and so on.

Bryson DeChambeau
Bryson DeChambeau

21. He is only the third man in history to win an NCAA Division 1 title, the US Amateur Championship and the US Open after Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods

22. He consumes around 3,500 calories per day including up to seven protein shakes

 

The drama might not have been there, but the storytelling and trash talk didn’t disappoint — from Koepka and/or from commentators Charles Barkley and Phil Mickelson.

Here’s how it happened:

Scoreboard: Koepka wins 4&3

No. 1: Par 4

And we’re off at the Wynn Golf Club, with DeChambeau passing out cupcakes for Friendsgiving on the first tee, which drew a slight grin from Koepka.

DeChambeau found trouble from the start, with his opening tee shot landing behind a small bush in the pine bark. Fortunately for him, he got a free drop because the sprinkler system was in his line of play. He knocked his second shot into the greenside bunker. Koepka’s drive also went way right in the rough, but he was able to hit the green.

DeChambeau might want to dial it back a bit. His second tee shot was even farther right than his first. Then he once again landed in a greenside bunker. Koepka hit the fairway again and took advantage with a 15-foot birdie putt to take a 1-up lead.

Mickelson correctly had the putt falling right because of the grain, and Koepka responded, “Oh, Phil, good call,” while grabbing his ball out of the cup.

While walking off the green, Koepka looked back.

“Bryson, that’s good,” he said.

It’s about to get chippy.

Result: Koepka wins with birdie

Bryson DeChambeau
Bryson DeChambeau

Koepka hit a nice chip to about 2 feet.

Before DeChambeau attempted to make his birdie putt, Mickelson asked him what was going through his head. His answer was about what you would expect — a thorough, 40-second explanation.

“It’s pretty simple: It’s 11½ feet [with the uphill], 2% straight putt over here and to be honest, 10 or 11 feet straight putt,” DeChambeau said, in part.

Of course, he left the putt low and let a good opportunity go to waste.

Result: Hole tied with pars.

Koepka’s tee shot went way right. Mickelson said what many weekend hacks would have said.

“Aren’t paralleling fairways the best, though?” Mickelson said. “I’m a big fan of those.”

DeChambeau hit a fairway off the tee for the first time. After Mickelson bragged about DeChambeau’s wedge play, he missed his number and hit his ball over the green. Koepka’s second shot landed on the green, but he left another putt short on his birdie try.

“I would make snarky comments on that, but I’ve still got to make a par putt,” DeChambeau said.

He did.

Result: Tied with pars.

On the lone par 5 of the match, both players carried the fairway bunker. DeChambeau’s shot, though, went a lot farther. Mickelson was impressed.

“I mean, that is so attractive,” Mickelson said. “I don’t even know what to say about that.”

Bryson DeChambeau
Bryson DeChambeau

“Phil, you like that?” DeChambeau asked.

“I love that,” Mickelson said.

“I hit that good, man, just for you,” DeChambeau said. “Hey, I’ve still got to finish out the hole, though. It’s never guaranteed, just like the last hole. We talked about this length all of the time. It’s great, but I’ve still got to get it in the hole.”

The conversation proved to be prophetic. Koepka, who complained of missing his second shot, found the green and had an eagle look. DeChambeau’s second shot clipped a tree and came up short.

DeChambeau chipped up to about 6 feet. Koepka two-putted from about 40 feet for birdie. Then DeChambeau, inexplicably, missed his birdie putt to fall 2 holes down.

As the broadcast went to commercial, Brian Anderson, doing play-by-play on TNT, reminded viewers it was a 12-hole match.

Koepka, because has an earpiece in and can hear Anderson, Mickelson and Barkley, grinned.

“It won’t go 12,” he said.

Result: Koepka wins with birdie.

Koepka’s putts are starting to fall, and the four-time majors champion is threatening to run away from DeChambeau with a 3-up lead after six holes.

On the second par 3 of the match, Koepka hit a safe shot, with his ball landing about 11 feet from the hole. DeChambeau’s ball landed right, but spun back below the hole to about 14 feet. DeChambeau missed his putt; Koepka drained his.

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