Hulk’ Bryson Dishambeau (29, USA), who was reborn as the king of long strokes by strengthening his muscles, announced that he would no longer pursue the distance of a shot aggressively like in the past. He discovered a cyst around his nose and underwent surgery and got rid of the vertigo he had suffered for two years, claiming that it was also thanks to LIV Golf guaranteeing players a sufficiently long rest period. 메이저놀이터
DeChambeau participated in the Asian Tour PIF Saudi International (total prize money of 5 million dollars), which opened at the Royal Greens Golf and Country Club (par 70, 7048 yards) in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia on the 2nd. Prior to this, an interview with Dishambeau, ahead of the first competition in 2023, was posted on the LIV website that day. It is said that he will return to the ‘2018 DeChambeau’.
DeChambeau rose to stardom in 2018 by winning four career victories on the PGA Tour. Since the end of 2019, he has grown to nearly 20 kg and became the longest hitter on the PGA Tour with a drive shot distance of 400 yards, adding two wins in 2020 and one win in 2021. He joined LIV, a fledgling league led by Saudi capital, last year, but 2022 was the first year he never won a championship since his professional debut.
DeChambeau’s father, who suffered from diabetes for 30 years, passed away last November. After a while, he underwent a full-body examination, and a retention cyst was found in his left maxillary sinus, and it was said that he found out that the air flow in his nostrils had not been smooth. After the surgery in December of last year, his breathing became smoother, he said, “The dizziness has disappeared, I have more energy, my thoughts have become clearer, and my speech has become fluent.”
DeChambeau also ranked first in LIV last year with an average drive shot distance of 327.1 yards. However, he said he would no longer pursue long hits as aggressively as before. He said he currently has about 230 yards with a 7-iron and 195 yards with a 9-iron. He said he was happy with numbers like this.