AmericaHolding a pair a day, Bryson DeChambeau is the top “eagle hunter” at the PGA Tour event with a $9.5 million prize fund in Baltimore, Maryland.
DeChambeau, with four eagles, is at the top of the hole stats after three rounds.
The penultimate match on August 28, he scored two eagles in a row. The first was “2 swing – one 7.6 meter putt” on the par5 4th hole, and the second time with “one swing – one 16.2 meter putt” on the par5 5th hole.
The second leg, he also eagle hole 4 and hole 16 par5 similarly. In addition, DeChambeau has eight birdies and no bogey, a rare 59 miss due to misreading the short-range putt on the 18th hole. Thanks to those 60 strokes – the top of his individual round on the PGA Tour, he monopolizes the top of the table at – 16.
Yesterday, DeChambeau added two eagles, five birdies, but was cut for bogey – double bogey on hole 12-13. In both of these stages, he hit the water trap. However, DeChambeau still reached the -5 round at the end of the match, and maintained the first place after 54 holes with a score of -21 but in the T1 position with Patrick Cantlay. Right behind T1 is Im Sung-jae, three strokes away.
Host ground – Caves Valley par72 has four par5 holes. In 12 rounds of this hole, DeChambeau only one bogey – third round, three eagles, five birdies, three par points. And after three rounds with 70 players, DeChambeau hit the farthest – averaging 343.8 yards, T59 in fairway hit rate, but T10 on the green by standard and third in putting efficiency. Including the PGA Tour this season, the American golfer born in 1993 also ranked first in serving distance, averaging 321.7 yards.
After the BMW Championship, only the top 30 FedEx Cup scoreboards can participate in the Tour Championship to decide the full season championship with 15 million USD. In this race, DeChambeau is in ninth place, after finishing T31 at Northern Trust opening the playoff series on August 23. In the penultimate round of that leg, Cameron Smith also misread the last putt line and missed 59 strokes. For both awards, DeChambeau only received interviews from PGA Tour’s media partners.
DeChambeau won the 2020 US Open major in eight PGA Tour championships, currently ranked sixth in the world (OWGR table). He was admitted to the US team to attend Tokyo 2020 but was eliminated at the last minute due to Covid-19 infection.
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