DeChambeau Tells Concern Trolls to “Chill” After WD in Saudi Arabia

Team USA's Bryson DeChambeau 2021 Ryder Cup
Team USA's Bryson DeChambeau celebrates their win over Team Europe during Sunday Singles Matches of the 43rd Ryder Cup at Whistling Straits on Sept 26, 2021 in Kohler, WI. (Photo by Patrick Smith via Getty Images)

Bryson DeChambeau has struggled to start the 2022 season. In five scheduled worldwide starts, the big bomber has posted a T14 (in Tiger’s 20-player Bahamas event), T25 (at the 39-player season opener in Hawaii), an early withdrawal at the Sony Open, a missed cut at Torrey Pines, and then a mid-tournament withdrawal in Saudi Arabia.

The golf mob on social media claim DeChambeau’s body is breaking down from too much weight gain and distance training.

DeChambeau, though, had a message for the concern trolls: chill out!

“Everyone needs to chill,” DeChambeau posted to his Instagram account on Saturday.

“Yes, I hurt myself but not from hitting it far. I slipped and fell this week on Tuesday unfortunately. I know people probably won’t believe me, but that is the truth. I will be back stronger and better than ever in a few weeks. Thank you for the hospitality Saudi Golf. Thank you for your concerns and keep hitting bombs!! I will be back …”

DeChambeau is scheduled to tee it up in two weeks at Riviera for the the Genesis Invitational.

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