Bryson DeChambeau WDs from Sony Open in Hawaii – archyde

Bryson DeChambeau retired from the Sony Open in Hawaii with a sore wrist.

Ryan Lavner from the Golf Channel reported about it. According to Brett Falkoff, DeChambeau’s agent, he suffered from wrist pain and was unwilling to play for weeks in a row.

DeChambeau pale at 72 in the final round to 16 under par and finished 25th in the Sentry Tournament of Champions on Sunday. The popular power hitter, who has led the PGA TOUR in driving distance for the past two seasons, is eighth worldwide and comes after a season in which he won twice (US Open, Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard) and lost in a playoff Patrick Cantlay at the BMW championship.

He also took the first green when he defeated Sergio Garcia in the Ryder Cup singles.

DeChambeau had only made it twice at Sony, but finished 10th on his last appearance in 2019.

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