Ryder Cup 2021: Bryson DeChambeau out-Brysons himself, drives the green and holes long eagle putt to start Sunday singles match
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Bryson DeChambeau somehow out-Brysoned himself on the first hole of Sunday singles. We continue to be entertained by nearly anything the 2020 U.S. Open champ does, and he started early on Sunday in his singles match against Sergio Garcia.
Bryson LANDED his opening tee shot on the green, which is 340 yards to the front from the tee box. That had to have flown about 350 yards in the air. Not to be outdone, Bryson holed the eagle putt from 41 feet to apply the pressure early on to Sergio Garcia, the winningest Ryder Cup player in history.
You need to watch the moment—here it is captured by four angles:
And from a normal angle below:
We saw Rory McIlroy and Xander Schauffele nearly drive the green to start the opening match—but Xander's tee shot must've rolled about 30 yards. And it still didn't make the green.
One of the most impressive highlights from the Ryder Cup thus far was DeChambeau's insane drive at the par-5 fifth hole in Friday's fourballs match, where he had just about 72 yards left on a nearly 600-yard par 5 for nearly a tap-in eagle. And he somehow outdid himself. Bryson really has to be the most entertaining golfer on tour right now.