Bryson DeChambeau FALLS Short In Long Drive World Championships
Versus sizeable chances due to the fact that he was taking on people with cartoonish swings and freakish ball speeds that reach 230 mph, DeChambeau nearly managed a win on Saturday that he most likely would have wished for as much as his U.S. Open title. The guy who led the PGA Trip's newest chase of driving range before defecting this year to LIV Golf reached the two-man final of the Professional Long Drivers Association's World Championships. And, in a stunner, he came within one swing and 20 backyards of holding the gaudy WWF-style title belt.
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The Pro Long Drive World Champion|PLDA
PLDA World Champion|Open Division|Finals
Bryson DeChambeau's ludicrous drives on No. 6 at Arnold Palmer