April 12, 2024

In Thursday’s first round, Bryson DeChambeau shot a 54-hole record, then acknowledged that his notorious Augusta remarks were an error.


Three and a half years have passed since LIV Golf sensation DeChambeau declared that, thanks to his incredible striking, Augusta National was a “par 67 for me.”


DeChambeau scored an incredible 65 to start his Masters campaign.

DeChambeau stunned everyone by opening his Masters competition with a 65.


But the big-hitting American has failed at the major league level since making an impression as an amateur in 2016.


On the opening day of the 2024 Masters, DeChambeau shot a seven-under-par 65 to take an early lead and change all of that.


“You know, you mess up, I’m not a perfect person,” DeChambeau said in response to the 67th comment. Everyone makes mistakes.

“You learn from your mistakes and that was definitely one.”

Strong gusts whipped around the renowned course after a terrible weather delay, and DeChambeau mixed his signature big drives with some deft touch on and around the greens.


Following three birdies, he fired a scorching 31 on the back nine.


When asked if his remark about being on a “par 67” was relevant considering his first round performance, DeChambeau refused to fall for it once more.


He smiled and added, “You’re trying to pigeonhole me into saying that again, aren’t you?” “I won’t address that in my commentary.

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