Bryson DeChambeau’s already had the best week of his life at the Masters | Masters Press Conference

Bryson DeChambeau addresses the media prior to the 2020 Masters Tournament.

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48 thoughts on “Bryson DeChambeau’s already had the best week of his life at the Masters | Masters Press Conference

  1. Spieth had his year, Day had his time, Johnson as well, so why not DeChambeau. No hate on hard work. No one can stay there that long like Tiger.

  2. If Bryson putts well and his mind is right, he’s going to win. He won’t have to worry about divot holes this week!
    Tiger’s dominance was mostly down to his mental strength on the course, and his incredible ability to hole clutch putts when the real pressure was on.
    Jack Nicklaus was exactly the same. It’s no coincidence that Jack and Tiger are two of the greatest players of all time!

  3. Bryson will love no galleries at 325-350 yards off the tee….. some major wide fairways now. Can't wait to see what he does this week.

  4. The biggest concern for him is the risk of injury. His knee is not able to hold 240-250 pounds and 130+mph club head speed. He is now better than DJ currently for sure but he needs to cut down some weight to relieve pressure on knee. With his short game he doesn’t need 200mph ball speed

  5. He speaks really well, quite intelligent about his game and development. I hope he does well in this tournament. Go Tiger 🐅

  6. Becoming more of a fan day by day. Intelligent humble guy. And just to put a end to the ohh he hits it too far bull. I asked tiger what he had In, in 97, he said PW, I was like “cool”. Drops the mic

  7. This guy is great for golf !!!! he is respectful of the game , he is committed to being the best he can be , well spoken and obviously highly intelligent. Only time will tell if what he is doing will have the sort of impact on the game that the best players in the game have had ,, go Bryson !

  8. I liked the idea I heard a while back about the rough getting progressively longer towards the hole, but would the PGA / elite courses go with that approach?

  9. The length definitely helps, but you still have to putt well to win any PGA event- Especially The Masters. He's normally a GREAT putter. If that goes south, all the distance in the world won't help. LOL And he made that clear. That said, I'm a fan! He's fun to watch. 👍

  10. Cameron champ hits it 350+ and has over 200 mph ball speed…he hasn't won anything worth noting…so anyone saying that he's cheating or dissing the game is an idiot…if that was the case, bubba rory and especially Cameron champ would have been winning everything….

  11. No evidence roided. Obsessive gym and diet. The lower back is not designed for his game – so enjoy whilst we can. Old uk duffer here, so troll me gently 🙂

  12. Awesome player.. a member champion… but most better… an awesome person.. a very humble person.. his future is endless… i knew this would haplen since he won the amateur.. keep going.. Bryson

  13. He's a non-stop professional. Seems like a nice guy and hits "bombs" so stop hating his progress. Breaking norms and making "weird" out of box adjustments always seems to be met with criticism.

  14. It’s a pity to see his only focus is hitting it as far as possible instead of sometimes laying up using course management strategy.

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