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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 312
THE MOMENT Idoitmyway Bryson DeChambeau has now won three of his past five events on the PGA Tour and four of his past 12 after capturing the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open on Sunday. The 25-year-old Californian has endured plenty of criticism for his scientific approach to the game, but just as many people are beginning to recognise his immense talent. “Bryson DeChambeau a year ago was 96th in the world,” said commentator Brandel Chamblee. “Who will be the next new No.1? Bryson DeChambeau could certainly be that.” DeChambeau will continue to split opinions throughout his career – and he plans to leave the flagstick in the hole whenever he putts in 2019 under the new Rules of Golf. “It depends on the firmness value of the flag ... The C.O.R. or coefficient of restitution of the flagstick,” DeChambeau said. “I won’t do it at U.S. Open because of metal flagsticks but most likely will everywhere else.
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