In the recent Winter edition of NCGA Golf magazine, Clovis resident Bryson DeChambeau’s switch to side-saddle putting is highlighted as the Instructions feature. As we all know, things change.
Bryson DeChambeau is headed to Pebble Beach for the 2017 AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.
NCGA member Bryson DeChambeau, who at one point was just a stroke off the lead at the Masters, is making his pro debut at this week’s RBC Heritage.
Getting a chance to play in the Arnold Palmer Invitational was one thing for NCGA members Maverick McNealy and Bryson DeChambeau. Getting to spend some time with The King, Arnold Palmer, was another.
While he didn’t win, NCGA member Bryson DeChambeau left an impression in his European Tour debut at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Classic. Among those left fascinated by DeChambeau’s clubs and approach to the game were Rory McIlroy and the European golf media.
Reigning NCAA individual champ and U.S. Amateur winner Bryson DeChambeau of Clovis announced Wednesday that he is leaving SMU, ending his days as a collegiate player. DeChambeau said his plans for now include preparing for the 2016 Masters.
Coming off a brilliant season that led to NCAA Player of the Year honors, Stanford junior Maverick McNealy has started off the fall with a bang. His win at the Illini Invitational has propelled him to the No.1 spot in the world rankings.
NorCal natives Bryson DeChambeau and Maverick McNealy won the Morse Cup together playing for the NCGA at the Pacific Coast Amateur. Then they met at the U.S. Amateur, where DeChambeau got the win. This weekend, they’ll team up again for the U.S. at the Walker Cup at Royal Lytham and St. Annes.
With his win at the U.S. Amateur, Bryson DeChambeau joined Jack Nicklaus, Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Ryan Moore as the only players to win the title and NCAA Championship in the same year. The last NorCal player to win the U.S. Amateur was Ricky Barnes in 2002.
With a 7 and 6 finals win over Derek Bard, Clovis resident Bryson DeChambeau became the first Northern California player to win the title since Ricky Barnes in 2002.