Bryson DeChambeau does it all in his own way and wins the US Open title


Brushing, gnashing and grinding teeth about the outcome of this US Open promises to be more entertaining than the closing stages of its 120th edition. Bryson DeChambeau is a major winner. 



Bryson DeChambeau does it all in his own way and wins the US Open title


He has as many US Open titles as Tom Watson and Gary Player, one of the Seve Ballesteros and Nick Faldo. The professor is not so fine. In fact, it has changed the face of golf within four competitive rounds.

History has shown that DeChambeau dropped the field at Winged Foot on Sunday, usually on the eve of the US Open. His total of 67 and six ensured a six-stroke victory over Matthew Wolf. DeChambeau, 27, was the only player in the 61-member field to equalize on the fourth day.

The background, though, was one of the scariest snapping. DeChambeau has not apologized for the massive grinding - with 20bb worth of muscle - thus providing the ability to pull oneself away from the force. Traditional’ experts object to this, making DeChambeau irrelevant until this progress is’ made.


California can now point to the consequences of any negligence. He won in Detroit in July and finished fourth in the USPGA Championship, significantly improving an average major record before Winged Foot's prestige. This is not the golf of James Brad or Harry Warden. The way Leo Messi can't be compared’ to Frank Pescas. In the case of DeChambeau, the body pound refers to the rewards. Traditionally, his theft begins and ends with a flat hat donated by Ben Hogan.

 DeChambeau probably talks a lot on the golf course. He has done so in unprofessional terms against law enforcement officials and, in a particularly disgusting incident, a cameraman. His pace of play has been criticized’ for being painfully slow before and after. There's still a player here, so the left field is that each - nominated, not numbered - should have the same length of iron in his bag, which breaks the mold. DeChambeau has successfully turned elite golf into science.

It is up to the authorities to debate whether technology needs to be left behind’ so that no one in the status of DeChambeau can launch a drive in a different zip code. But for now, golf is an individual pursuit that is both attractive and legitimate. It should be hugged’ not snorted. The coverage given to DeChambeau even before he reached the equalizer in the 72nd hole made him the devil and, ironically, only the best boys revealed to have won the biggest championship ever. Cloud coil land equipment.

During one of the most exciting times of his career, DeChambeau golf was ideal. Power-related health. That alone should be highly praised.

Wolfe will inevitably have the potential to imitate DeChambeau, but for the 21-year-old, it proved to be the fourth time he has been’ injured. Wolf started with a two-shot lead. His first eight-hole game in the Plus Three caused him trouble, which came through the 9th Eagle. Still DeChambeau was under three after 11, Wolf made a boogie at number 10 and dropped another shot at number 14. Going into the 15th T, DeChambeau had a four advantage.

It was not long before Wolff's dream of becoming the first player since 1913 to win the US Open, as a finalist was shattered. He signed for the fourth round of 75 Louis Oosthuizen made the third claim in two overs, one Harris was clear of English.

It was clear from the last day that the US Open needed to be retyped. English Ikm lost a ball. Rory McIlroy Four pits in the same hole. McLarey's first odd game was 85 feet, his second was 63 feet. The Northern Irish scored 75, their sixth out, meaning eighth. "It's just as appropriate as they come, and let's see what happens," McIlroy said, judging De Chimbio. "I have full confidence in what he is doing and it is very impressive."

Patrick Reid, a key part of the championship for so long, closed at 74 with 13th shares at seven-plus. Lee Westwood, who signed with the 72, was among the Red Company owners. In pursuit of a brilliant 65 on Friday, Justin Thomas finished a shot well after 73, 76, 72 runs.

"It's an incredible golf course," said Thomas. "It's my favorite US Open venue I've played." I was so disappointed with how I ended the week. I hit him in the very second and third rounds. I liked it today. I played really, really good golf and hit a lot of good pieces that just burned the edges. it's fine. If you play well, you can score goals and make birdies.

De Chambeo accepted the challenge better than anyone else. Applause will be slow, when it really shouldn't be. "People think I've got all these crazy ideas," he said in June. "But when you really break the basic principles of what I'm trying to do, it's very common sense." Who were we arguing with when he stood with the trophy? The pioneer has his reward.


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