Sometimes you are who you are. You can try to hide and change things up, but oftentimes, you’re doing yourself a disservice.
Bryson DeChambeau is going to hit the hell out of a golf ball. That’s as reliable as death and taxes. So it’s no surprise that a Bryson bomb followed by a ridiculous save all but locked down a LIV Golf Team Championship for DeChambeau’s Crushers.
Bryson DeChambeau, Paul Casey, Charles Howell III and Anirban Lahiri’s two-shot win over the RangeGoats at Trump Doral in Miami came down to the final few holes, including this … well, whatever this is from Bryson.
“What hospitality?!”: The laughing from the announcers at the absurdity of DeChambeau’s play really puts this over the top.
Now, you may be wondering why Bryson needed to hit a blind shot over a hospitality tent to begin with – what a ridiculous question – and that’s obviously because he first sailed it 100 YARDS (!) over the green with an insane drive. Just normal golf stuff happening down in Florida.
The driveable par-four 16th was perhaps too driveable for DeChambeau and he then needed a majestic shot back onto the blind green, which he of course nailed, to drop in a miraculous birdie.
Things got a little less chaotic for Bryson as he parred the 17th before a bogey on the final hole of the year. That was more than enough for DeChambeau and company to hold on at the Blue Monster, ultimately earning $US14 million, which is a decent payday or whatever.
It really goes to show you that it doesn’t matter what league Bryson DeChambeau’s in. He’s always going to bomb and gouge it, making millions and making us all look like idiots.
This article was originally published on golfdigest.com