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March 8, 2021


Bryson DeChambeau, like Arnold Palmer, is stubborn and won’t change his hit-it-far approach

ORLANDO, Fla. — Arnold Palmer might have given Bryson DeChambeau a few quizzical looks. He might have wondered about DeChambeau’s single-length irons and the wild diet and all the talk about science. Surely, he would have made fun of the Ben Hogan cap. But the late namesake of the tournament......

With Reminders to ‘Play Boldly,’ Bryson DeChambeau Wins Arnold Palmer Invitational

New York Times
Bill Pennington ORLANDO, Fla. — After sinking a testing five-foot par putt on the 18th hole to win the Arnold Palmer Invitational here on Sunday evening, Bryson DeChambeau said he had received a text message from Tiger Woods that morning. “We just talked about keep fighting no matter what,” DeChambeau......

DeChambeau Wants to Drive the Green on a 555-Yard Par-5

Sports Illustrated
SI – For more and to sign up click here Dan Gartland Let it rip, Bryson The par-5 sixth at Bay Hill is the next stop in Bryson DeChambeau’s quest to break golf. The Orlando course is the site of this week’s Arnold Palmer Invitational, and DeChambeau has had this......

Bryson DeChambeau tried being ‘greedy’ and Augusta National wasn’t having it

AUGUSTA, Ga. — Bryson DeChambeau finally located his tee shot in the pine straw left of the fairway on the 14th hole at Augusta National on Thursday. Brawny Bryson turned his head and asked no one in particular, “That caught a tree obviously, right?” Yes, that one and quite a......

DeChambeau consensus favorite to win Masters

Bryson DeChambeau is the consensus favorite to win the Masters and is attracting the most money from bettors at sportsbooks around the nation. DeChambeau tops the Masters odds at 8-1 at Caesars Sportsbook by William Hill. Dustin Johnson is next at 17-2 and is the only other golfer with single-digit......

DeChambeau may use 48-inch driver for distance

AUGUSTA, Ga. — Consistently hitting tee shots 40 yards past five-time Masters champion Tiger Woods in a practice round at Augusta National Golf Club apparently isn’t long enough for Bryson DeChambeau. A day after DeChambeau said he would leave a 48-inch driver in his trunk for this week’s Masters, he......

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