They’re clearly trying to treat this as just another tournament, so as to avoid putting too much pressure on themselves and having that impact their play. But one needs only to look at their recent schedule to understand just how significant this tournament is.
Whereas most DeChambeau drives are the things usually reserved for NASA launches and make one question everything we know about science and physics and existence in general, this was a drive most of us see every weekend at the local public course.
The Australian duo of Marc Leishman and Cameron Smith ‘ham-and-egged it’ perfectly in the opening round of fourball to card a 62, a score that has them sharing top spot on the leaderboard at the ISPS Handa World Cup of Golf.
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. Through just five holes he was within two, suddenly in contention on moving day…until he wasn’t.