Bryson DeChambeau

DeChambeau was born Bryson James Aldrich, and lived in Modesto, California, on September 16, 1993, until the age of seven, when his family moved to Fresno, California. During this time, he began playing golf, attending Clovis East High School, where he was part of the school’s golf team. At age 16, in his sophomore year, DeChambeau earned his first victory by winning the California State Junior Championship.

After graduating from high school in 2012, BrysonDeChambeau accepted an athletic scholarship to attend Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. While studying physics, he competed for the school’s golf team, becoming the first school to win an NCAA individual championship in June 2015. A few months later, he added the U.S. Amateur title to his collection and joined the elite roster. Players who won both titles in the same year.

Following this success, DeChambeau chose to join the PGA Tour, FedEx St. He made his debut at the Jude Classic. He also played in the U.S. Open that year but missed the cut by four strokes and at the Australian Masters, where he was tied for the competition. The golfer found in 2016 that he would not be able to defend his NCAA title because his school was barred from competing by the University Athletic Association. This caused him to leave the college season and turn professional in mid-April 2016.

After putting pen to paper for a long time, Bryson DeChambeau, who signed a contract with the Colorado-Puma Golf brand, set his professional golf record at RBC Heritage, finishing in fourth place and earning more than $ 250,000. He then played at the US Open, where he tied for fifteenth place to move up to 148 in the world rankings again, and took home more than $ 150,000. DeChambeau then earned his first tournament victory at the DAP Championship, which earned him a PGA Tour card.

In his first year on the PGA Tour, the youngster managed to beat Patrick Rodgers to win the John Deere Classic in July 2017. His next victory came almost a year later, at the Memorial Tournament in Dublin, Ohio in June 2018, after seeing off Kyle Stanley and An Byeong-Hun. in a sudden death match. Two September later, he won two more tournaments in a week; first, The Northern Trust in late August 2018, followed by the Dell Technologies Championship in early September 2018.

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