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Back-to-Back Champion

DeChambeau captures back-to-back PGA TOUR victories at THE NORTHERN TRUST and Dell Technologies Championship.

Memorial Champion

The 54-hole leader, DeChambeau carded a final-round 71 to finish at 15-under 273 before winning the first three-way playoff in Memorial history and the fourth playoff in the last five years.

Top 5 finishes

Starting at the Waste Management Phoenix Open, continuing with the Arnold Palmer Invitational, and persisting through the RBC Heritage; Bryson has displayed the strength of his game by capturing three top 5 finishes already this year.

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.

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.



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!

Winning highlights THE NORTHERN TRUST 2018
2018 NORTHERN TRUST / Aug 27, 2018

In the THE NORTHERN TRUST 2018, Bryson DeChambeau grabbed his second win of the season and moved into first place in the FedExCup standings with rounds of 68-66-63-69 to finish at 18-under-par and four shots clear of the field at Ridgewood Country Club, Paramus New Jersey.

Bryson DeChambeau wins John Deere Classic

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.

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 RBC Highlights
Round 2 | RBC Heritage / Apr 14, 2018

In the second round of the 2018 RBC Heritage, Bryson DeChambeau lights up the course with his wedge to become the sole leader with a 7-under 64.

Bryson DeChambeau’s highlights
Round 4 | The Memorial / Jun 3, 2018

In the final round of the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide 2018, Bryson Dechambeau marched up the leaderboard to seal his second win on TOUR after a two-playoff hole faceoff.


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.


Bryson Dechambeau Dell Technologies Fist Pump

Continues going where no golfer has gone before

Golfworld / Sep 5, 2018

Bryson DeChambeau still remembers his first science project. He had a theory about gravity: That it pushed outward and not inward. “It actually got pretty high up there in the science fair,” he said Monday night from TPC Boston. “It was pretty well explained.”

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With his win at the Northern Trust on Sunday, Bryson DeChambeau moved to the top of the FedEx Cup standings and is virtually assured of being one of the top five seeds at the Tour Championship.

Does the U.S. need a ‘Mad Scientist’? DeChambeau makes his Ryder Cup case

ESPN / Aug 29, 2018

It is an odd friendship, to be sure, one that evolved out of sheer brazenness. Tiger Woods had the world staring at his every move back in January at Torrey Pines, where he returned to competitive golf for the first time in a year, and there was Bryson DeChambeau to muscle his way inside the ropes and go along […]

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On Tour

Plantation Course at Kapalua, Kapalua, Maui, HI

Sentry Tournament of Champions

January 3 - 6 2019

PGA Tour

Waialae CC, Honolulu, HI

Sony Open in Hawaii

January 10 - 13 2019

PGA Tour

TPC Scottsdale, Scottsdale, AZ

Waste Management Phoenix Open

January 31 - 3 2019

PGA Tour

Career Highlights

Bryson / on his approach to the game
Northern Trust Champion
Memorial Tournament Winner

Dell Technologies Champion


T-5 at Waste Management Phoenix Open


2nd at Arnold Palmer Invitational


T-3 at RBC Heritage


2018 Memorial Tournament Winner


Northern Trust Champion


T-2 at Puerto Rico Open


T-14 at The Greenbrier Classic


T-7 at Shriners Hospitals for Children Open


T-14 at OHL Classic at Mayakoba


2017 John Deere Classic Winner


DAP Championship Winner