Bryson DeChambeau evades PGA Tour to join LIV Golf Invitational series

DeChambeau built up during the Covid nationwide lockdown to assist him with raising a ruckus around town further and afterward won the 2020 US Open

Bryson DeChambeau has turned into the main player to walk out on the PGA Tour and join the new Saudi-supported LIV Golf Invitational series.

The American, 28, won the 2020 US Open and is in the prime of his deal.

He has been revealed the day after the PGA Tour said it was suspending any individuals who joined the opponent circuit.

  • DeChambeau’s most memorable appearance will be in the second of the $250m eight-occasion series, which runs from 30 June to 2 July in Portland, Oregon.
  • LIV Golf CEO Greg Norman said De Chambeau was “an astonishing expansion” since he is “energetic and mythical in his methodology and focused on pushing the limits”.
  • “He’s not reluctant to consider some fresh possibilities and supports our middle target of doing things another way to become our game.”

DeChambeau, who turned proficient in 2016 and authoritatively joined the PGA Tour in 2017, is the eighth important boss to join the youngster series.


He added around 40lb of muscle to his body during the Covid-19 pandemic as he looked for more distance off the tee and was instantly compensated when he won the 2020 US Open with his ‘bomb and gouge’ approach of raising a ruckus around town long and afterward gouging it in the clear.

DeChambeau has spent a large part of the beyond two years in the main 10 on the planet rankings however is at present 28th, having descended subsequent to harming himself at the Asian Tour’s Saudi International in February – which DeChambeau and numerous other PGA Tour players were permitted to play.

Furthermore, the slide down the rankings may not stop there, given LIV Golf occasions at present convey no positioning focuses, albeit Norman said last month he was sure his series would get them.

The positioning focuses are critical on the grounds that they assist players with meeting all requirements for the four majors that characterize their trade.

DeChambeau is ok until further notice since his US Open triumph procured him a 10-year exception for that occasion, and furthermore five-year exclusions for the Open Championship, Masters and US PGA Championship.🔱