Bryson was born September 16, 1993, in Modesto, California. He grew up in Clovis and won the 2010 California State Junior Championship. Bryson has a very interesting approach to the game. First of all, he was a physics major at Southern Methodist University and likes to think of himself as a golfing scientist.
Here’s where that comes in to play: all of his irons and wedges have the same shaft length at 37.5 inches. That’s far from the norm. In fact, he’s likely the only player on the PGA TOUR who does it.
Youngest Player Accomplishment
At the age of 24, @b_dechambeau is the youngest player to hold the No. 1 spot in the #FedExCup after @TheNTGolf.
Now a two-time PGA Tour winner!
Bryson DeChambeau is now a two-time PGA Tour winner!!
early afternoon scrambling
Bryson DeChambeau spent most of the early afternoon scrambling
What a wild finish!
What a wild finish! Congratulations to @b_dechambeau on winning the @MemorialGolf Tournament!