Forget Tiger Woods, what the PGA Tour really needs is the return of brilliant Bryson DeChambeau

Forget Tiger Woods, what the PGA Tour really needs is the return of brilliant Bryson DeChambeau

Huge names. Must-see swingers. Star attractions worth following, retweeting and loudly arguing over in 2024.


With golf split in two, Bryson DeChambeau rarely plays PGA events

With golf split in two, Bryson DeChambeau rarely plays PGA eventsCredit


The NFL, Premier League, NBA and the rest of the best run the sports world.


Golf, fractured and divided, is increasingly an afterthought unless it’s majors time again or the world’s No. 1 — normally flat, boring and far too methodical — is suddenly being arrested on live TV for driving the wrong way in Kentucky.


So where’s Bryson DeChambeau at the moment that the PGA Tour needs the must-see swinger more than ever?


Following up his brilliant and buzzing second-place run at the PGA Championship by waiting for LIV to play a second-rate tournament in three weeks that will barely make a dent in the golf world.


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What a shame.


What a huge missed opportunity for a beautiful sport that keeps going out of its way to get it wrong.


LIV is never going to work — ever.


With its silly team names — RangeGoats, Cleeks and Majesticks wouldn’t make the grade in high school — and random tourneys spread out weeks apart, golf fans across the world deserve the world’s best united under one umbrella.



DeChambeau has the power and precision to draw TV eyeballs and create social-media buzzCredit:

Instead, you have to first remember that DeChambeau technically plays for the ‘Crushers,’ then try to find LIV on the world sports map after Xander Schauffele downed champagne out of the Wanamaker Trophy and a confused Scottie Scheffler ended up in the back of a police cruiser.


“Bryson DeChambeau is an exciting addition to LIV Golf’s supercharged style of play,” CEO Greg Norman said in June 2022.




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“He is passionate about the sport, innovative in his approach and committed to pushing the boundaries in pursuit of excellence.


“He’s not afraid to think outside the box and supports our mission of doing things differently to grow our game.


“The power and energy he brings to the course will deliver added electricity to our competition and beyond.”


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DeChambeau finished second but was the biggest name at the PGA 


Innovative in his approach.


Think outside the box.


That’s exactly what golf needs right now.


But DeChambeau has intentionally sent himself to the minor leagues, joining Jon Rahm, Brooks Koepka, Dustin Johnson, Bubba Watson and Phil Mickelson on the contemporary money-grab tour.


This is exactly when DeChambeau should be cashing in for his sport.



Gideon Canice

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