Ever since Bryson DeChambeau made his mark on the golf landscape in 2015 with his U.S. Amateur and NCAA titles, he has been one of the most intriguing figures in golf.
Bryson DeChambeau won despite “ripping part of hand off” at a hockey game by…blowing the air horn too hard
Bryson DeChambeau is a man of science. But an act of the golf gods nearly kept him from winning over the weekend.
Bryson DeChambeau, as we have learned, is an original, wholly unlike anyone else in golf. All golfers are searching for answers, but DeChambeau does his searching in altogether different places.
The win is the fifth of DeChambeau’s career, and his fourth in the last five months.
Bryson DeChambeau, Peter Uihlein lead Lucas Glover by one at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open
Scores were low on moving day at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open, none lower than Lucas Glover’s 10-under 61, which matched the best round of his career.
When Si Woo Kim began his third round of the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open he was a distant seven shots back of leader Peter Uihlein.
What’s normally a quiet fall season event gets kicked up a notch this week thanks to a strong field featuring a few stars who added the Shriners to their schedule to fulfil the PGA Tour’s minimum appearance requirement.
Perhaps making sure he doesn’t fall short of the PGA Tour’s minimum appearance requirement again, Jordan Spieth has committed to his first career fall event in the United States.
Patrick Cantlay ready to join Jordan Spieth-led youth takeover, ‘he was No. 1 amateur in world for a reason’
The Jordan Spieth-led millennial battle royale that has transformed the PGA Tour post-Tiger was always missing a singular name from its impressive ranks: Patrick Cantlay.
Before all the pain, the exhausting and frustrating rehab sessions, and before the long interludes in which he wasn’t allowed to so much as pick up a club, Patrick Cantlay had talent and promise and hardly a care in the world.
Beau Hossler formally introduced himself to the golf world five years ago, at 17 showcasing his potential in the U.S. Open. On Sunday, he will have a chance to cash in on that potential.