PGA SUCKS : Bryson DeChambeau undergo a drastic punishment for making a disrespectful, threatening statement after winning at the u.s open……Take a look at what he said 

By | June 21, 2024

PGA Concerned: Bryson DeChambeau faces severe punishment for disrespectful and threatening comments after winning the U.S. Open… Watch what he said

A source close to the family said the golfer was involved in a tragic accident while vacationing in Mexico with his wife.
Eyewitnesses said Fowler was fatally injured after losing control of his equipment while practicing extreme sports and falling from a great height. The golfer was rushed to a local hospital where he was reportedly pronounced dead on arrival.
After a “terrible” season, Rickie Fowler shot 64 at the Travelers. “We’ve just been playing poorly this year, it’s a very simple, easy way to sum things up,” Fowler said Thursday afternoon in Pinehurst. “We just waited it out. I invest, but I have to be patient with the progress, use it in the next few weeks, and be in a position to play a little more in August. “”

Fowler drew for 64 years on TPC River Highlands on Thursday and won the early part of the tourist’s chief. It is a hot stroke, and the Fowler is only 23 beats and more than 124 feet. He holed an 8-footer for par on his opening hole and didn’t bogey any of the other holes either. He holed birdie putts of 14 feet (No. 16), 24 feet (No. 7) and 39 feet (No. 17) as part of his six total birdies. Putting has been Fowler’s biggest concern this season, with Fowler failing to finish in the top 10 and only once in the top 20 in 16 starts. He ranks 131st in putting strokes gained, after ranking 48th in that category last season when he ended a long win drought in Detroit and competed in the U.S. Open at LACC. He was also seventh in strokes gained on approach shots last season and never finished worse than 77th in any of the four major strokes gained statistics. He’s outside the top 100 in all four this year.
“Putting was something I could rely on last year and tried to get back to being myself, along with other aspects of my game,” Fowler told the Travelers on Thursday. “But I feel like a lot of it can fall flat and, as I said before, landscaping frees up other things. You can’t see the putt going in, and then you have that extra stress of having to get it on the green, or close to the green, or hit it close, and then when you see someone else go in, the circle gets a little bigger.

But Fowler doesn’t think his problems are as serious as the three-year slump that saw him drop to 111th in the Official World Golf Ranking. Despite being ranked 111th in the FedEx Cup rankings and being the only player outside the top 90 to finish in the top 50 last season, Fowler still maintains his place in the top 50, coming in at 49th this week. “I’m far closer this year, a few years ago,” Fowler said. “So, yes, this is more disappointing. Because, as I thought, as I thought, some strokes change with impulse. I knew what to do, so it was [season or rounds.”

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