Everyone’s been whispering about it.
Now they should shout about it.
Bryson DeChambeau is slow, painfully slow on the golf course.
The proof is in.
During the U.S. Open, Andy Johnson from The Fried Egg, put DeChambeau and his group on the clock. All-day Bryson was paired with Kevin Kisner and Justin Thomas the first two days at Pebble Beach.
While there’s no shot clock in golf, the number thrown out for a reasonable time to play a shot is 40-45 seconds. DeChambeau takes something like 93.
Seriously, that’s turtle-like.
Of course DeChambeau will make all sorts of excuses. Tiger Woods has seen it first-hand. Woods was on the clock with DeChambeau as a playing partner and Tiger wasn’t happy, he was simply diplomatic enough not to complain about DeChambeau.
Slow? DeChambeau is sleep-inducing slow — just check the pups snoozing at the top.