US Open major champion Bryson DeChambeau claims to be young and healthy, so he is not in a hurry to get a Covid-19 vaccine to make way for others in need.

“I want to give it to those who need it more, because it’s not good if I get a vaccine and someone has to miss it. Personally, I’m not in a hurry to get an injection because I feel young, healthy and recovering. Moreover, I see vaccines. It’s not going to stop us from getting sick. I have no regrets or regrets because I haven’t been vaccinated,” DeChambeau said on August 4. He will contest WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational with a $10.5 million prize fund from August 5 to August 8 in Memphis, Tennessee.

DeChambeau will return to the pinnacle of golf this weekend, competing at the WGC-FedEx St.  Jude Invitational.  Photo: USA Today

DeChambeau will return to the pinnacle of golf this weekend, competing at the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational. Photo: USA Today

DeChambeau last week missed the opportunity to compete for the Tokyo 2020 medal because he was positive for nCoV on July 23 during the last screening before going to Japan. His parents were vaccinated. Only the father has diabetes.

DeChambeau said he did not know the source of the virus infection. Before the Olympics, the golfer born in 1993 was negative on all three tests during the major The Open in the middle of last month. Immediately after the tournament, he returned to his hometown for a few days when he contracted Covid-19, while all close contacts were negative.

After receiving the test results, DeChambeau took a few days to develop typical symptoms – fatigue, dry cough, shortness of breath. However, he still uses golf simulators to practice at home.

Isolation and sedentary time made the “distant boss” PGA Tour lose nearly 5 kg. The PGA Tour is recording DeChambeau weighing 106 kg, 1.85 meters tall, ranked first in the distance of the hole – averaging 320.9 yards with an average clubhead speed of 212 km/h, ball speed of 305 km/h. . Last season, he weighed 108 kg, also holding this position thanks to hard training at the beginning of the epidemic. Yesterday, DeChambeau said his clubhead speed dropped by nearly 10 km/h.

DeChambeau won eight PGA Tour championships over five years as a professional, including the major US Open in September 2020. He won this prestigious event thanks to his strategy of hitting as far as possible and using his muscular strength to escape the rough on the West Winged Foot course, which has been a nightmare for generations of golfers.

DeChambeau is ranked seventh in the world (OWGR table), down one place from last week.

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