Bryson DeChambeau withdraws from Sony Open due to wrist soreness | Golf News

DeChaumbeau battled at the Sentry Tournament of Champions last week, finishing tied for 25th in the 38-man tournament; watch the Sony Open live from Hawaii on Sky Sports Golf from 5pm Thursday

Last updated: 01/10/22 20:02


Bryson DeChambeau was to be the highest scoring player at the Sony Open

Bryson DeChambeau withdrew from this week’s Sony Open in Hawaii due to wrist pain.

DeChambeau’s agent Brett Falkoff told Golf Channel Monday morning that the world’s number 8’s pulse had flared up in the past few weeks, before PGA Tour Communications confirmed DeChambeau’s release in the afternoon.

The 28-year-old was the highest-ranked player on the pitch at Waialae Country Club in Honolulu, starting Thursday, live Sky Sports.

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The 2020 US Open champion struggled in his previous tournament, finishing a draw for 25th in the 38-man Sentry Tournament of Champions last weekend.

Prior to last week’s event, DeChambeau’s only start since last September’s Ryder Cup, where he was on the victorious United States squad, was at the Hero World Challenge, an unofficial PGA Tour event where he finished 14th in a field of 20 players.

DeChambeau’s only PGA Tour win in 2021 came at the Arnold Palmer Invitational last March, while he failed to finish in the top 25 in any of the four majors.

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