Bryson DeChambeau (USA) told the story of being on the operating table last year and promised that he would no longer care about increasing the flight distance.
DeChambeau revealed on the LIV Golf website on the 2nd (Korean time) that he had been on the operating table last year to treat dizziness and vertigo. In December of last year, he underwent surgery to remove a retention cyst in his maxillary sinus. 먹튀검증
In the meantime, the cysts were blocking the nasal passages, causing dizziness. He said DeChambeau had suffered from vertigo since the 2020 Masters.
“The surgery decision was the best decision of my life,” he said, but had to take a break early last year due to a wrist injury. Last season, while playing at PIF Saudi International, he fell while playing table tennis and suffered a fracture of the left hip bone and a ruptured bone labrum in the left hip joint.
He underwent wrist surgery in April due to an injury sustained during the competition, and had to send his father, who had suffered from diabetes for decades, to heaven.
Eventually, the ‘career row’ came. He missed the cut three times in the six PGA Tour events he has participated in since March of last year. Although he tied for 8th at The Open Championship in July, his best result was 10th at the Portland and Chicago events at LIV Golf as well. His performance with explosive long hits was hard to see.
DeChambeau, who had a difficult 2022 year, decided not to dwell on distance anymore. “There is a limit to raising swing speed with technology,” he confessed. He lost more than 9 kg in one month last summer and realized the limits of his physical abilities and modern equipment.
“I’ve fixed my problems and feel so much better. I feel like I’m back in 2018,” said DeChambeau. I got a clear idea,” he said confidently.
DeChambeau recorded three victories in 2018, including the Memorial Tournament. ‘Hulk’ DeChambeau shrugged off injuries and sluggishness in the new year and is ready to face his prime.