Bryson DeChambeau shares real reason behind his injury

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Bryson DeChambeau shares real reason behind his injury

After missing most of the season's events so far, Bryson DeChambeau’s fans will still have to wait a bit longer to see him hit the bombs he is known for. “No expectations,” said Bryson to Golf Channel after his practice round on Tuesday.

Since he still hasn’t recovered from his hand injuries completely, he wouldn’t be able to hit the ball powerfully as he used to. “Am I going fully at it? No. Not even close,” he added. “I won’t be able to go at it until probably Augusta time”.

DeChambeau hasn’t been able to compete in most of the tournaments this season so far because of injuries to his hip and wrist. He even missed the Arnold Palmer Invitational, where he was the reigning champion and the golf world has been missing his powerful drives on course.

The golf world has been missing the powerful drives of DeChambeau since the beginning of this year. He hadn’t been able to able play almost all the tournament of this season because of the injuries on his hip and wrist.

Everybody is speculating about the cause of his injury and whether it was due to his speed training, however, DeChambeau has constantly been denying all those rumours. Real reason behind his injury “People are going to say it’s off of speed training and all that and, sure, some of the things have been a part of that,” said DeChambeau.

Although he admitted that the speed training had been a factor for his injuries, he also added that his hand further got injured after playing table tennis at the Saudi International. “I wouldn’t have traded it for anything”.

Even though DeChambeau knows his intense training has caused him the injury, he is still confident that it had only helped him. Even though DeChambeau is not confident of winning, he will still be participating in the WGC Dell Technologies Match Play and next week’s Valero Texas Open.

DeChambeau is not ready to give up. He is confident that he will regain his health and strength before the Masters next month. Hopefully, he will be hitting his bombs by then.