Bryson DeChambeau went upstream in the final round to win the PGA Tour’s private stage with a $ 7.5 million prize fund in Detroit.
On the par72 ground of the Detroit Golf Club on July 5, DeChambeau started in the penultimate group with Troy Merritt, while Matthew Wolff and Ryan Amour were in the bottom group. Meanwhile, Wolff kept the top of the table at -19, DeChambeau and Armor both achieved T2 with a score of -16, and Merritt reached -14 of T4.
DeChambeau got off to a good start with two birdies through three holes. Wolff caught the bogey right in the hole. As a result, in the first three holes, DeChambeau erased the advantage of Wolff’s three-stroke lead.
Leaving green hole 10, Wolff bogey five times, while there were only two birdies. In contrast, DeChambeau finished the hole with a fifth birdie on the scoreboard and took three sticks at the top of the table.
And Armor and Merritt still didn’t save any sticks when they left hole 13. Then DeChambeau’s turn made a mistake with bogey in hole 14. Wolff fiercely chased with four birdies from hole 12-17. In this paragraph, the 108th golfer in the world has two key putting situations to reverse the chess position. It is an opportunity to record a birdie in hole 16 and an eagle in the penultimate hole. But Wolff failed.
DeChambeau birdie in hole 16
DeChambeau finished at -23, earning $ 1.35 million. This is the sixth coronation of this 26-year-old golfer on the PGA Tour. He went there to quench his title thirst after his last coronation at the Shiners Hospitals for Children Open 20 months ago.
The next PGA Tour event is the Workday Charity Open with a $ 6.2 million prize fund at Muirfield Village in Dublin, Ohio, starting July 9. PGA Tour is expected to be the final closed match for the remainder of the 2019-2020 season.