The past year has included a little bit of everything for Bryson DeChambeau, including winning the 120th U.S. Open at Winged Foot. Photo: Jamie Squire, Getty Images
For better or for worse, the marriage of Bryson DeChambeau and the PGA Tour is a perfect match.
Whether DeChambeau is flogging a golf course into submission or flailing to the finish; portraying himself as the biggest, smartest guy in the room or belittling his image saying and doing the dumbest things; feuding with fellow players or the fourth estate, there is no question that he is the biggest show in a Tiger-free golf world.
Love him or loathe him, you can’t take your eyes off him.
In a super-sized season that included six majors in the last 11 months, DeChambeau did it all. He crushed the field and vaunted Winged Foot last September in the U.S. Open, then blew a lead with a “bad luck” back-nine 44 in June at Torrey Pines. When crowds returned at Bay Hill, he put on an unprecedented show of power that would have had Arnold Palmer expanding his lake if he wer...
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