A 12-under total was posted by Bryson DeChambeau at LIV Golf Greenbrier as he birdied the final four holes. The 58 is the first in LIV Golf history, which is a really impressive figure. In the aftermath of such a victory, DeChambeau could not hide his emotions.
In November of last year, his father, Jon, passed away. After the win, Bryson spoke of his father and the whole conversation seemed to be a bit emotional for him. In response to the question of whether or not he would be proud of such a result, Bryson said: “Yeah he would.
He was with me out there all day today, without a doubt. It has been almost a year and it has been a really difficult couple of years."- he said, as quoted by golfmonthly.com Bryson is grateful to God for giving him talent and luck when he needed it most.
He did not forget his parents, who have always been by his side, even in the most difficult moments. “But doing it this way and finishing it out with a 58, it is all glory to God and glory to him upstairs. I can’t thank my dad enough for all he and my mum taught me and my brother”.
Bryson DeChambeau and Ryder Cup: If I do get a call that will be awesome
DeChambeau is in great shape and is hoping for an call up to the Ryder Cup. He is aware that his form certainly promises a lot. However, if he is not part of the team, he will keep his fingers crossed.
“I’m playing really well, I’ve some equipment which is performing quite nicely with my driver and that is a deadly combination with my putting. I drove it well, wedged it well and you couldn’t have written it up better than this. If I do get a call that will be awesome, if I don’t, I will be rooting on the team over in Rome”.
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