Bryson
Dechambeau

Bryson Dechambeau

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Wins John Deere Classic

At 23 years old, Bryson is now exempt on Tour through the 2018-19 season. He's also in the PGA Championship and Masters by virtue of his win, and as the top finisher not otherwise exempt at TPC Deere Run he also earned the final spot in the field for The Open at Royal Birkdale.

T2 at Puerto Rico Open

DeChambeau fired rounds of 68, 65, 70 and 67 to finish at 18 under par, just two strokes off the lead. He ran off four straight birdies during Friday’s round and was tied for the lead going into the weekend. His T2 performance earned him a paycheck for $224,000 US and 117 FedExCup Points.

The 5th Player in History

to win both the NCAA Division I championship and the U.S. Amateur in the same year. Jack Nicklaus (1961), Phil Mickelson (1990), Tiger Woods (1996) and Ryan Moore (2004) are the only others to sweep the NCAA and Amateur titles.

Partners

Individuality

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.

PGA Tour card on LOCK

PGA Tour card on LOCK. Bryson DeChambeau's Web.com Tour win guarantees PGA Tour status.

Never a doubt

Never a doubt. Bryson DeChambeau has solved the equation of Canterbury. He's our champion!

So much fire today.

Bryson DeChambeau played with so much fire today.

Bryson Dechambeau extended highlights
Round 4 | John Deere / Jul 16, 2017

In the final round of the 2017 John Deere Classic, Bryson Dechambeau rallies on his back nine posting six birdies in order to secure his first PGA TOUR title.

Bryson DeChambeau wins John Deere Classic
GOLF TALK CANADA TV & RADIO / Jul 16, 2017

Bryson DeChambeau won the John Deere Classic to earn his first PGA victory. Mark Zecchino had the chance to speak with an emotional DeChambeau immediately following the win.

Equipment

The Single-Length Shaft Method

Bryson’s Winning Theory

If there’s one thing that’s for certain, it’s that Bryson’s swing is like none other. With the help of his coach, Mike Schy, Bryson took the time and tested out what is now his iconic swing. After Schy made him read the books “The Golfing Machine” by Homer Kelley and “Vector Putting” by H.A. Templeton, this rising star experimented with making all of his clubs the same length. This experimentation paid off, and now he’s quickly rising to the top of the golf world.

News

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Vindication: Bryson DeChambeau wins doing it his way

GOLFDIGEST.COM / Jul 19, 2017

For all of the unorthodox practices that Bryson DeChambeau employs—and which have brought him acclaim and antipathy—his victory Sunday in the John Deere Classic was a validation of more conventional and proven methods: Hard work, determination, patience, belief.

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Monday Finish: DeChambeau putts his way to victory

PGATOUR.COM / Jul 19, 2017

In the final round of the John Deere Classic, Bryson DeChambeau rolls in a 14-foot birdie putt to punctuate a final-round 65 and a one-shot win over Patrick Rodgers at TPC Deere Run. Welcome to the Monday Finish, where DeChambeau, 23, fires a back-nine 30 to become the second straight first-time winner on the PGA […]

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On Tour

TPC Summerlin, Las Vegas, NV

Shriners Hospitals for Children Open

October 30 - 5 2017


El Camaleon Golf Club at Mayakoba Resort, Playa del Carmen, Mexico

OHL Classic at Mayakoba

November 6 - 12 2017


Tiburon (Gold Course), Naples, FL

**QBE Shootout (TEAM EVENT)

December 4 - 10 2017


Career Highlights

YOU’VE GOT PEOPLE OUT THERE, EINSTEIN, WASHINGTON - THEY STOOD OUT, CAPITALIZED ON THEIR DIFFERENCES AND SHOWED THE WORLD A LITTLE DIFFERENT SIDE.
Bryson / on his approach to the game
DAP Championship Winner
Low Amateur / The Masters

T-15 in The U.S. Open

2016

T-4 in The RBC Heritage

2016

T-21 in The Masters

2016

T-2 in Australian Masters

2015

Named to All-Nicklaus Team

2015

PING First-Team All-American

2015

PING All-Central Region Team

2015

Golfweek Team All-American

2015

Walker Cup Team USA Member

2014