Bryson DeChambeau isn’t a majors contender yet, and that’s okay


Bryson DeChambeau recently told GQ he hopes to live to age “130 or 140,” so he should contend in major championships for the next 50 years, conservatively speaking. As Bryson would be the first to tell you, 72 and 4 months is the new 37, six months and three and a half days, though of course the math changes a bit if you live in the Southern Hemisphere and are a Pisces.

Golf is more interesting with DeChambeau in it, though some of his fellow players might disagree. Majors are more interesting with DeChambeau in contention, though we have very little evidence of that. Bryson, the muscled-up monster who has been the talk of golf, has never really contended in a major.





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