Bryson DeChambeau is anticipating contending in the current week’s PGA Championship.
Golf Channel’s Todd Lewis indicates that DeChambeau is booked to travel to Tulsa, Oklahoma, on Monday and start planning at Southern Hills Country Club. Assuming there are “no significant issues” to DeChambeau’s carefully fixed left hand, Lewis says, DeChambeau will contend in the year’s subsequent major.
DeChambeau had a medical procedure on April 14 to fix a cracked hamate bone and declared that he expected to be “contending at the most significant level inside the following two months.” Typically, after such a system, the recuperation time frame is six to about two months, yet the PGA will check only five weeks since DeChambeau’s activity.
On Saturday night, DeChambeau presented a video via online entertainment that showed him tearing a driver into a net and hitting 192 mph ball speed.
Would it be declare for him to be sure to return to Southern Hills? It will stamp his most memorable competition since he missed the cut at the Masters. DeChambeau moved to a vocation high fourth in the OWGR after last year’s PGA yet has since tumbled to No. 22.