Bryson DeChambeau could come back soon



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Bryson DeChambeau could come back soon

Even if he has not officially entered the 2nd major of the season, Bryson DeChambeau could return to competition sooner than expected and perhaps again against the advice of the medical profession, which recommends a rest of several weeks.

additional after the operation that the American had to undergo.

Bryson DeChambeau, situation

In the video posted at the end of last week, DeChambeau seemed to be able to strike very hard again and there is no doubt that the winner of the US Open 2020 had an idea in mind.

According to the Golf Channel USA, he must appear on the course in Tulsa (Oklahoma) to do a life-size test, a bit like Tiger Woods in early April as a prelude to the Masters. Answer therefore in the hours to come. In 2010, at 16, he won the California State Junior Championship.

In June 2015, he became the first Southern Methodist University to triumph at the NCAA Division I Championship, with a record score of 280 (-8). Another major victory came in August, in the U.S. Amateur. Meanwhile, he had made his debut in the PGA Tour as an amateur in the St.

Jude Classic and then participated in the first Major, the U.S. Open. In November he finished second in the Australian Masters professional tournament. In the following season he reached 21st place at the Masters, after which he turned pro.

He started well with a fourth place in the RBC Heritage and a fifteenth place in the U.S. Open, however, he failed to get a card for the 2017 PGA Tour, but qualified for the Web.com Tour Finals, where he got the card thanks to his victory in the DAP Championship.

In July 2017, he earned his first PGA Tour title at the John Deere Classic. 2018 was a year full of triumphs. The first took place at the Memorial Tournament, where DeChambeau in the playoff defeated the two opponents with a birdie on the second hole.

He then won The Northern Trust in August and the Dell Technologies Championship the following week, both valid for the FedEx Cup, where he finished third. He also participated in his first Ryder Cup, where he failed to earn a point and the United States were defeated.

In November came his fourth victory, at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open, which allowed him to climb to fifth place in the world rankings.