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Over the last year, few PGA Tour players have publicly supported Bryson DeChambeau. At this stage in his career, the bomber seems to have more enemies than friends, but he does have a vital ally in Tiger Woods.
Woods has already shown his support for DeChambeau, and the golf icon said so again during a recent Golf Channel interview.
Bryson DeChambeau has long been a favorite of Tiger Woods.
During the Hero Shot at Baha Mar in 2019, Tiger Woods gives Bryson DeChambeau a high five | David Cannon/Getty Images
This year hasn’t been easy for DeChambeau. PGA Tour players have been forced to choose a side in his never-ending battle with Brooks Koepka, and the majority have sided with Koepka.
DeChambeau has also lost a lot of supporters in recent months after blaming his bad performance at the Open Championship on his equipment, complaining about fans calling him the incorrect name, and splitting with his longtime caddy, Tim Tucker.
Tiger, on the other hand, never left his side.
Woods lauded DeChambeau in an interview with Bridgestone Golf earlier this year.
“I believe Bryson’s accomplishments are unique in the game,” Woods remarked. “No one has altered their whole mindset or approach to the game of golf.” And he went into it with a whole new perspective. He came in with a more technical scientific mindset, which he’s now expanded on, and he’s been able to use all of the many forms of technology accessible to him.
“He’s shown that what he’s done works.” And it takes a lot of confidence to go out on a limb like that.”
Woods lauds DeChambeau once again.
Woods hasn’t shied away from defending DeChambeau in the past, and he just stepped up his support for his close buddy. Woods stated he admires DeChambeau’s approach to his career during an interview on Golf Channel during this weekend’s Hero World Challenge.
According to Yahoo Sports, Woods added, “Like I told [DeChambeau] personally, what he’s doing is historic.” “Long-drive players aren’t Tour players.” I was the second-longest driver after John Daly when we were younger, but neither of us could have competed against the long-drive men. The discrepancy was just too large. But the hard effort that goes into being a U.S. Open winner and a Tour player, and doing what he’s done, is impressive.
“People have no concept how much lifting and dedication it takes to completely alter his physique and go down that rabbit hole.” And what he’s doing is simply extraordinary.”
Strong remarks from the greatest of all time.
Is there going to be a PGA Tour reunion soon?
After spending the most of the year mending his damaged right leg, Woods is finally back on his feet. The all-time great acknowledged this week that he doesn’t know when he’ll be able to return to the PGA Tour, but it may be sooner rather than later.
According to a recent story from Golf.com’s Dylan Dethier, Woods might make his comeback at the PNC Championship later this month. If he’s fit enough to compete in an event shortly, a comeback to the PGA Tour may happen in the coming months.
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