Bryson DeChambeau has three weeks left in his amateur career and it doesn’t appear there will be any adjustment period for him when he makes his professional debut at the RBC Heritage the week after The Masters.
DeChambeau went shot for shot with playing partner Rory McIlroy on Sunday, shooting 66 in the final round.
“Pretty darn comfortable,” DeChambeau said when asked how he feels at Tour events now. “It’s nice. First time I was out here last year at the FedExCup St. Jude Classic, a little nerve-racking.