With his big drives, Bryson DeChambeau entered the 2020 Masters Tournament hoping to dominate Augusta National. But the strategy failed, and he had a hard time making it to the championship rounds. The PGA Tour player wants everyone to forget about this incident. Paige Spiranac, a former professional golfer, is not willing to give it up easily, though. DeChambeau was certain he could win every PGA Tour competition after bulking up during the global epidemic lockdown. In reality, he took home the 2020 U. S. Open, his first major championship. He claimed victory with a commanding 6-shot advantage, which gave him the impression that he would easily win the rescheduled Masters.
Paige Spiranac made fun of DeChambeau on twitter
During a news conference prior to the 2020 Masters, DeChamebau stated, “I’m looking at it as a par-67 for me. Because I can easily complete all par-5 holes in two shots. He also said, “If the conditions stay the same, that’s what I feel like par is for me,” in addition.
Notably, the golfer’s four rounds at Augusta National resulted in scores of 70, 74, 69, and 73 rather than 67. DeChambeau had hoped to win the major, but he had to settle for T34 on the standings.
A former professional golfer who now works as a social media influencer is Paige Spiranac. As she writes amusing and interesting remarks on several social media platforms, she has millions of followers.
The 29-year-old wrote, “Remember when Bryson proclaimed Augusta National a par 67,” prior to the 2022 Masters. Happy moments. It was all the golfing community required to bring back memories of the day DeChambeau rated Augusta National as a 67-par course.
One of the PGA Tour’s longest hitters is Bryson Dechambeau. He also thought that in 2020, he could shoot a round of 67 at Augusta National. He didn’t succeed in his aim that year, but his diligence paid off, and he was able to achieve it once.
In the second round of the 2021 Masters Tournament, the golf equivalent of the Mad Scientist shot a 67. Notably, he was able to show that he could finish a round with 67-par despite having a score of 76 from the first round. DeChambeau concluded the Augusta National in 2021 with a total score of 293 and a T46 ranking after playing all four rounds.