Dell Technologies Championship: Bryson DeChambeau Wins
Bryson DeChambeau won his 2nd FedEx Cup play-off event in the same number of weeks with a triumph at the Dell Technologies Championship at TPC Boston.
Subsequent to winning Northern Trust tournament a week ago, DeChambeau began the second of four end-of-season play-offs driving the FedEx Cup.
— Bryson DeChambeau (@b_dechambeau) 4 September 2018
A final round four-under-par 67 was carded by the 24-year-old American as he won by two shots from England’s Justin Rose.
DeChambeau’s win in Massachusetts makes him the second player, after Vijay Singh in 2008 to win the initial two legs of the FedEx Cup play-offs. He is anticipated to move to number seven on the global golf rankings.
Bryson DeChambeau, who started 2018 outside the top 90, is now 7th in the world. That’s better than Spieth, Rory, Fower, Day, Reed. Forget this year; raise your hand if you thought he’d surpass those superstars in any season, ever
— Joel Beall (@JoelMBeall) 3 September 2018
European Ryder Cup colleagues Rory McIlroy and Tyrrell Hatton completed tied for 12th at 10 under after one-under and two-over final rounds individually.
Rose’s three-under-par 68 saw him take 2nd position, one shot in front of Australian Cameron Smith.
World number one Dustin Johnson, who is second in the FedEx Cup standings, completed in a tie for 7th, five shots off the lead.
Fourteen-time real champ Tiger Woods began the day simply outside the best 10 yet an even-standard 71 saw him complete tied for 24th on seven under.
The third event of the FedEx Cup starts on 6th September, Thursday in Pennsylvania.
I kind of love the fact that Bryson DeChambeau is the type of guy who misses a birdie putt on the final hole and hits himself in the head with his putter just a little bit before tapping in a victory-clinching par. Dude sticks to the process all the way.
— Jason Sobel (@JasonSobelTAN) 3 September 2018
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