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Born: 1993-09-16, Modesto, Calif.
Nationality: US
Height: 6' 1, Weight: 240lbs
Home: Dallas, Texas
College: SMU
Turned Pro: 2016
Joined PGA Tour: 2016
Official World Golf Ranking: 10
Notes: DeChambeau became the fifth player to win the U.S. Amateur and NCAA individual championship in the same year by defeating Derek Bard, 7 and 6, in the 2015 Amateur final at Olympia Fields (Ill.) Country Club. He joined Jack Nicklaus (1961), Phil Mickelson (1990), Tiger Woods (1996) and Ryan Moore (2004) in accomplishing the feat. Did not defend either title as DeChambeau left Southern Methodist University in October 2015 to prepare himself for his impending pro golf career...

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Bryson DeChambeau

DeChambeau became the fifth player to win the U.S. Amateur and NCAA individual championship in the same year by defeating Derek Bard, 7 and 6, in the 2015 Amateur final at Olympia Fields (Ill.) Country Club. He joined Jack Nicklaus (1961), Phil Mickelson (1990), Tiger Woods (1996) and Ryan Moore (2004) in accomplishing the feat. Did not defend either title as DeChambeau left Southern Methodist University in October 2015 to prepare himself for his impending pro golf career. He turned professional after the 2016 Masters, thus forfeiting exemptions into the U.S. Open and The Open Championship conducted by The R&A. His first professional start was at the RBC Heritage. After winning the U.S. Amateur and playing on the 2015 USA Walker Cup Team - he won two matches and halved another in the team's loss at Royal Lytham & St. Annes - DeChambeau said he was looking forward to his senior year at SMU, where he majored in physics, but he went in another direction.
After the announcement, he played as an amateur at the Argentina Open (MC), Australian Masters (T-2nd), Australian Open (T-30th), Abu Dhabi Championship (T-54th), Qatar Masters (67th), Dubai Desert Classic (T-18th), the Arnold Palmer Invitational (T-27th) and the Masters (T-21st). In the final round of the Palmer Invitational, DeChambeau was paired with Rory McIlroy. Both young men put on a show, as DeChambeau bogeyed the final hole for a 66 while McIlroy birdied it for a 65. At the Masters, he was among the leaders in the second round before a final-hole triple bogey sent him down the leader board to a T-8th. Scrambled over the weekend, shooting 77-72 to finish as low amateur, but turned professional after the event.
DeChambeau wears a Ben Hogan-style cap while playing golf and dresses a bit like another SMU golfer, Payne Stewart. He earned first-team All-America honors and was the American Athletic Conference Player of the Year as a member of the SMU team in 2014-15. He qualified for the 2015 U.S. Open at Chambers Bay, where he missed the cut.
DeChambeau finished his junior season at SMU by capturing the 2015 NCAA Division I individual crown. He was named a first-team All-American, the first in SMU history. Other collegiate victories include the 2014 American Athletic Conference Championships and 2015 Erin Hills Collegiate. DeChambeau finished 2nd at the 2013 Conference USA Championship. He was named first-team All-Conference, as well as the Conference USA Freshman of the Year.
He also helped the USA win the Eisenhower Trophy at the 2014 World Amateur Team Championship by posting an event- and course-record 61 during the second round. He advanced to the Round of 16 in the inaugural 2015 U.S. Amateur Four-Ball Championship with partner Austin Smotherman after finishing 5th in the stroke-play portion. Prior to his win in 2015, his best U.S. Amateur finish (in four appearances) was his advance to the Round of 16 in 2014. He advanced to the quarterfinals of the 2014 U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship.
His unique style embraces using all his irons and wedges of the same length, approximately that of a standard 7-iron.
2016 Notes: Season was highlighted by a top-5 performance on the PGA Tour in his professional debut and his maiden professional victory on the Korn Ferry Tour, securing his 2016-17 PGA Tour card in his first-ever Korn Ferry Tour start. Made his professional debut at the 2016 RBC Heritage, finishing T-4th, just four strokes behind champion Branden Grace. After finishing T-38th at The Memorial, was T-15th at the U.S. Open. Earned a spot in the Korn Ferry Tour Finals via non-member FedExCup points following 10 starts on the PGA Tour. Won in his Korn Ferry Tour debut at the DAP Championship, the first event of the Korn Ferry Tour Finals. Led Zack Sucher by one shot entering the final round but struggled early with bogeys on two of his first six holes. He tied for the lead with his first birdie of the final round at the par-5 ninth hole and took a one-shot lead with his second birdie of the day at the par-5 16th. At the par-3 17th, he fell into a share of the lead with three others after three-putting for the first time that week. After hitting his approach into the left rough at the 18th, he made a clutch up-and-down to secure a spot in a four-way playoff. Answered Andres Gonzales' 30-foot birdie with a three-foot birdie of his own to force another playoff hole, where he defeated Gonzales with a par for his first professional victory. Locked up his PGA Tour card for the 2016-17 season with rounds of 64-70-68-71 - 273 (-7) and the $180,000 first-place check. Became the 15th player in Korn Ferry Tour history to win in their first start on the Korn Ferry Tour.
2017 Notes: After his win on the Korn Ferry Tour, he struggled. In his first 14 starts in events around the world, he made the cut in only four of them. His best finish was T-27th at the Valspar Championship. His best finish on the PGA Tour was T-2nd at the Puerto Rico Open. The next week, finished T-44th in Houston, but then missed the cut in his next five events. His game seemed to come around after missing the cut at the U.S. Open, his seventh missed cut in a row. Was T-26th at the Travelers, T-17th at the Quicken Loans and T-14th at the Greenbrier. Then everything came together at the John Deere Classic, where he shot 66-65-70-65 to win his first PGA Tour title and a last-minute invite to play in the British Open, where he missed the cut. Was T-33rd at the PGA Championship and played in three FedExCup Playoff events, finishing 49th in the final standings.
2018 Notes: Played 26 PGA Tour events, making 22 cuts. Was in the top-10 nine times. Started the year with a T-7th at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open and T-5th at the Waste Management Phoenix Open. Shot a final-round 68 to take 2nd at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, three shots behind winner Rory McIlroy. Was T-3rd at the Heritage, 1 shot out of the playoff, and 4th at the Wells Fargo. With a birdie at the 2nd playoff hole defeated Byeong Hun An to win The Memorial. At 24 years, 8 months, 18 days, earned his second PGA Tour win in his 62nd career start. Was T-9th at the Travelers Championship. After finishing T-51st at the British Open, played in the Porsche European Open in Germany. Was tied for the lead with Richard McEvoy going into the final round, but shot 78 with a 43 on the back nine to finish T-13th, 5 behind winner McEvoy. After missing the cut at the PGA Championship, he went on a tear, winning the Northern Trust and the Dell Technologies Championship. Was 1st in the FedExCup standing going into the Tour Championship, but after finishing 19th at East Lake, closed the year 3rd in the final FedExCup standings. Was a captain's pick in his Ryder Cup debut, but lost all three of his matches. Lost one match with Tiger Woods as his partner and another with Phil Mickelson. Lost to Alex Noren 1- up in the singles.
2019 Notes: In his first start of the year, won the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open, defeating Patrick Cantlay by a shot. Became the first player with three wins in five starts since Dustin Johnson in 2016-17. Finished 7th at the Sentry Tournament of Champions and T-10th at the Sony Open in Hawaii. Won again at the Omega Dubai Desert Classic, his first international victory, and maiden European Tour title. His 24-under-par total was a tournament record as he won by seven shots. The win in Dubai marked his fourth victory in his last nine worldwide starts. The next week, he finished T-6th at the Saudi International. Was T-29th at the Masters. Was T-8th at the Travelers Championship and T-2nd at the 3M Open, a shot back of Matthew Wolff who made eagle on his final hole.

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Career at a Glance: Starts: 116, Cuts Made: 78 (67%), Top Tens: 28 (24%) , Rounds: 380, Scoring Avg: 70.05, Career Earnings: $17,647,037 - Best Finish: 1st (7 times)
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