Bryson-DeChambeau

Is Bryson DeChambeau Just a Mad Scientist, or Possibly Something Much More?

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Old Tom Morris is a celebrated icon in Golf, the godfather who made the game what it is today. Equally celebrated are figures like Harry Vardon, a man who made Golf popular in the early 20th century, and Gary Player, Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer the three men that transformed Professional Golf into an industry of stars. When Tiger Woods …

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Bryson DeChambeau Apologizes for Abrupt Handshake

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For much of the weekend, it looked like Bryson DeChambeau was going to walk away with the win at the Porsche European Open. But on Sunday, everything went downhill for the American. Having a solid spot at the top of the leaderboard on Sunday, DeChambeau had a major collapse in his final four holes of the tournament. He finished up …

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Bryson is Still Weird and Other Notes From the Weekend

Kris McEwen Opinion Leave a Comment

It’s Like He Wants Us to Make Fun of Him Mad scientist/golf oddball, Bryson DeChambeau, was caught on camera using a compass on his yardage book on Saturday. According to Bryson, he was using it to figure out true pin locations. “The pin locations are a little bit off every once in a while”, DeChambeau said, “so I’m making sure …

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PGA TOUR Investigating Bryson DeChambeau’s Use of a Compass

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There are a lot of things that cause the PGA TOUR to review a golfer’s conduct, whether that be for marking a ball improperly or taking an improper drop. But what they are looking at Bryson DeChambeau for is, to say the least, a bit unique. This week at the Travelers Championship, DeChambeau was playing the course like always when …

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DeChambeau Survives a Playoff to Win the Memorial

Tim Furgiuele News, Players, Tournament Results Leave a Comment

At the beginning of round three there were a total of 16 players within five strokes of the lead. As Joaquin Niemann faltered, Kyle Stanley, Patrick Cantlay and Bryson DeChambeau battled for the lead the entire day. After 72 holes Bryson DeChambeau, Kyle Stanley and Byeong Hun An were tied at 15 under and a three man playoff was needed …

Sunday at the Memorial Tournament

Jack’s Tournament Set Up for an Exciting Sunday Finish

Tim Furgiuele Players, Pro Tour News Leave a Comment

Jack’s Tournament is once again set up for an electric finish on Sunday, if the weather cooperates. There are five players within two strokes of the lead heading into the final round. These players have their games firing on all cylinders and it will be exciting coming down the stretch. Tiger Woods had another frustrating round with his putter on …

Phil Mickelson

Phil Mickelson Turns Back the Clock at TPC Scottsdale

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It was January 27, 1996.  Five years before Apple Corporation would release the first iPod prototype.  Bill Clinton was still serving his first term as United States President.  And Tom Brady, the man who will contend in his eighth Super Bowl today, was only eighteen years old, still playing his freshman year on The University of Michigan football team. Phil …