The 10th edition of the Tiger Woods Invitational is currently ongoing at Pebble Beach Golf Links in California. Bryson DeChambeau totally won over the crowd with his entertaining exhibition – and, of course, his long drives.
Hailed as one of the best private golf events in the country, the TW Invitational is being held from October 11-13. Presented by USLI (United States Liability Insurance), all the proceeds from it go to the TGR Foundation, which was established in 1996. It seeks to empower students to pursue their economic passions, with special emphasis on the underprivileged minorities.
It offers 3 days of golf experience in one of the most luxurious courses in the country, along with a host of other fun activities. This year, it was the 10th edition of this prestigious competition. With the tagline ‘celebrating 10’, the excitement and anticipation were both pushed up by a notch. And we can’t say that it was disappointing!
Bryson DeChambeau thrills the crowd at TW Invitational
The official Instagram page of TGR Live shared a reel, a beautiful compilation of Bryson DeChambeau’s moments at the Invitational. They thanked the 2020 US Open winner and wrote, “A big thank you to @brysondechambeau for a fun exhibition full of laughs and long drives.”
DeChambeau, who definitely made the most of this wonderful opportunity, was also thrilled. “Loved every minute of it! Thanks guys,” he commented. Max Homa, who recently appeared on the Golf Subpar podcast with Colt Knost and Drew Stoltz, was also in attendance and was invited for a bonus ball challenge.
On the contrary, DeChambeau has been in news lately. The 2021 PLDA Long drive finalist is notorious for his distance play on the PGA Tour. While his performance has been exemplary, many are concerned about the future of golf.
Jul 1, 2021; Detroit, Michigan, USA; Bryson DeChambeau hits his tee shot on the 9th hole during the first round of the Rocket Mortgage Classic golf tournament. Mandatory Credit: Raj Mehta-USA TODAY Sports
In a big step, golf ruling bodies have introduced ‘Bryson-proof’ tournaments from 2022 onwards. This basically means that they will limit the club length to 46 inches. This possibly came after DeChambeau experimented with a 48-inch club this year.
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