This time, Bryson DeChambeau didn’t raise his arms in celebration like he famously did on Bay Hill’s sixth hole in 2021. But Bryson’s latest feat of strength was just as impressive—and it also led to a victory.

DeChambeau began the final round at the LIV Golf Chicago events eight shots off the lead, but fired a Sunday 63 at Rich Harvest Farms. That included a two-putt birdie on No. 10 after he drove the green. From 384 yards. Ridiculous. Have a look:

Yeah, this guy seems all the way back.

It had been a rough, injury-riddled couple years for DeChambeau, but after shooting that 58 (yes, 58) at The Greenbrier, the 2020 U.S. Open champ has now won two of his past three LIV starts. And in spectacular fashion.

“I just kept trying to hit as many fairways as I could and hit the irons close and make some putts,” DeChambeau said after. “That’s ultimately just kind of what happens when I get on a roll. It just doesn’t stop. Kind of like, uh-oh, here comes the train.”

Sadly, that train will not be headed to Italy this week for the Ryder Cup unlike fellow LIV golfer—and new mullet man—Brooks Koepka, who only finished T-24. We say sadly, because Bryson driving the first green at Whistling Straits and making eagle two years ago was arguably the highlight of the 2021 Ryder Cup.

Anyway, while he won’t be in Rome, this is a reminder that Bryson is still doing Bryson things. And they’re pretty darn fun to watch.

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