He was a physics major in college. They call him the Mad Scientist. He wears a funny hat.
Bryson DeChambeau is one of the quirkiest players on the PGA Tour, which is a revelation in such a homogenized sport. While quirky is fun, it goes only so far. Quirky and good is so much better. DeChambeau is proving to be quite good.
The 24-year-old former star at South Methodist University continued a torrid four-month stretch by winning the Memorial Tournament in a three-way playoff on Sunday with Byeong Hun An and Kyle Stanley. The victory was the second in DeChambeauís pro career, which has spanned all of 60 tournaments. He also won the 2017 John Deere.
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