If Bryson DeChambeau has any doubts why he didn’t win the WGC-Mexico, he need look no further than his putter.
The Mechanical Man, who looks so rigid and stiff over his putts, had it going on Friday and a bit on Saturday — but after that it got stale in a hurry, especially during Sunday’s final round.
DeChambeau started his day by driving the par four first hole then promptly three-putting from a measly 22 feet.
He three-putted at the eighth hole from 40 feet — nice touch Bryson.
Of course he had no chance to two-putt from 63 feet at the par three 17th and that untimely bogey did him in.
Finally, needing a birdie at the final hole, he lined up a 20-footer and then left it a whopping four feet short — obviously he put the death grip on that first putt.
All in all, you can’t three-putt three times in the final round with an elite field of challengers around you and expect to win.
You might say Bryson putted like a dog but the dogs might take exception to that.
Enjoy your stay in The Dog House, Bryson. And oh yes, take that awful putter with you when you leave.