Though he’s only 27, Bryson DeChambeau has been a standout for what seems like a very long time. His pre-PGA-Tour credentials are well known: wins at both the 2015 NCAA Championship and U.S. Amateur propelled him into rarefied air, making him only the fifth golfer in history to achieve such a feat in the same year.
Since then, DeChambeau has accumulated seven PGA Tour wins, including the 2020 U.S. Open at Winged Foot, and amassed more than $21 million in earnings on the course alone. Not only has his physical transformation given him a reputation as one of the hardest workers on Tour, but his analytical mind and willingness to think outside the box has made him a revolutionary figure when it comes to the way both players and manufacturers view the game and its equipment.
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