Rocket Mortgage Classic: Bryson DeChambeau Wins and Continues Outstanding PGA Tour Form

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DeChambeau collected the Rocket Mortgage Classic trophy in what was his sixth PGA Tour win -23: B DeChambeau (USA); -20: M Wolff (USA); -18: K Kisner (USA); -16: D Willett (Eng), T Hatton (Eng), A Hadwin (Can), R Armor (US). Selected others: -14: T Lewis (Eng), M Wallace (Eng); -9: L Donald (Eng) Leaderboard (external) external link

Bryson DeChambeau says that he has shown that there is "another way" to play golf after getting his first PGA Tour win since swelling his physique.

The American produced a seven undersized final 65 to beat fellow countryman Matthew Wolf with three shots at the Rocket Mortgage Classic in Detroit.

DeChambeau, who deliberately gained 45 pounds in weight in nine months, was an average of 350 meters off the tee.

"It's a little bit emotional for me," said DeChambeau, 26.

"Because I did something different, I changed my body , I changed my way of thinking in the game and was able to win while playing a completely different golf style.

"I showed people that there is another way to to do. "

DeChambeau now has seven consecutive top 10 finishes on the PGA Tour.

He added 20 pounds of his total weight gain during the disable the sport's coronavirus and he now tops the Tour's average driving figures for the 2020 season at 323 yards.

] American Kevin Kisner, who finished third at 18 – two shots behind Wolff and five at DeChambeau – said the winner “changed the whole way the game is played.”

] DeChambeau has a three-night lead from Wolff. revised thanks to eight birdies in its last round.

He quickly led thanks to four birdies in seven holes, but after Wolff gathered to lead to one, DeChambeau fired three birdies out of the last three holes to the sixth PGA Seal victory on his career.

Elsewhere in the field English duo Danny Willett and Tyrrell Hatton finish made seven shots in the lead in a fourfold match for fourth place with Adam Hadwin and Canada's American Ryan Armor at 16 under.

England & # 39; s Tom Lewis and Matt Wallace were 12th out of 14 below.

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