Bryson DeChambeau shaken after weird gallery-rope incident

DeChambeau was stuck in an unfortunate series of meetings during the final round created by LIV Golf Chicago.

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Bryson DeChambeau would make it farther than just about it anyone in professional playing golf and greater part like a weightlifter, but he is still human, as he verified Sunday at Rich Harvesting Farms.

Promptly after nearly holing his fourth shot on the par-4 fourteenth hole (his 13th of one’s day) during the final turno of LIV Golf’s Chicago Invitational , DeChambeau got into a bit of a tangle.

Oh no, this wasn’t an bickering with a part of the photo gallery, but rather he had trouble clearing the gallery rope remain of the fairway.

Take a look at the video below:

DeChambeau’s approach shot banged the middle of the flagstick on the par-4 and settled about habits feet from the hole. When he tried to get up to the tree covered to see the result of the through the, he failed to duck her/his 6-foot-1 frame below the rope and took what gave the impression to be a direct shot to the attention.

LIV broadcaster David Feherty put the couple of minutes in words only Feherty can (get away with).

“Off together with head! ” Feherty exclaimed during the slow-motion replay regarding the YouTube broadcast.

DeChambeau was visibly shaken, and stood around of few moments trying to get hold of himself.

This tool wasn’t enough to dissuade him from draining the man’s birdie putt, but it fell down the leaderboard then with bogeys on 12-15 and 16.

Even after making his putt, DeChambeau still looked of every sorts, blinking his consideration multiple times as if to indicate that eye was still not immediately.

As of this writing, DeChambeau was one under on his round and six deep under for the tournament, five back side of leader Cameron Smith.

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