Masters 2021: Round 1 wrap, Bryson DeChambeau’s nightmare start while Marc Leishman leads Aussies
Golf’s biggest tank Bryson DeChambeau has been put in his place by the Augusta National slaughterhouse after being brutally exposed.
Golf hulk Bryson DeChambeau is in trouble.
The man famous as the biggest bomber in golf finds himself — and his monster drives – find himself an irrelevant also-ran after one day of action at Augusta National.
DeChambeau might have already become obsolete after one round at the 2021 Masters. And unless the 6-1 hopeful suddenly grows 11 inches overnight, and adds some speed to his already absurdly violent swing, he will likely fail to win the Masters much like he failed to win it in November.
DeChambeau finished the 2020 tournament 18 strokes behind winner Dustin Johnson and one stroke behind 63-year-old…