Brain power: DeChambeau dissects what went wrong at Masters

16 Janvier, 2021, 12:26 | Auteur: Adelaide Bullion
  • Golf: Bryson DeChambeau seeks help for 'crazy overworking' brain

DeChambeau's physical transformation has been well-documented over the last 18 months, gaining around three stone in muscle mass in his relentless pursuit of swing speed and extra distance - the crucial factor in his six-shot US Open victory at Winged Foot in September. He fell behind early and complained of feeling dizzy and something being wrong with his stomach.

"I've got to fix whatever is going on up here", DeChambeau said in Augusta as he gestured to his head after a final round of 73.

"The one thing I will tell you is that I've done a lot of brain training. and the frontal lobe of my brain was working really, really hard", DeChambeau said Friday.

He says he saw doctors for any issues with his inner ear, had tests for eye pressure and ear pressure and even had an ultrasound on his heart.

"The one thing I will tell you is that I've done a lot of brain training and the frontal lobe of my brain was working really, really hard and that's what kind of gave me some weird symptoms; like insane overworking".

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"As I started to relax my brain a bit and... got on a good sleep schedule routine, a lot of those symptoms went away".

Sir Bob Charles' mementoes are displayed at Shirley Golf Club upstairs in the clubhouse, including the British Open trophy replica from his Open win in 1963. "And they come back every once in a while, but as I do a lot of breathing, it goes away and that's really what I'm focused on trying to do".

The 27-year-old has been working with World Long Drive champion Kyle Berkshire in practice and has topped 200mph regularly on the range, although he topped out at 194mph during last week's Sentry Tournament of Champions at Kapalua.

Bryson DeChambeau insists he'll pull himself "out of the rabbit hole" if he feels he's endangering his health with his big-hitting antics. "I'm still going to go play a golf course and try to do my best no matter where it is".

The PGA announced on January 10 that it had cancelled its contract with the Donald Trump-owned course, just days after a large group of the president's supporters illegally and forcibly stormed the U.S. Capitol in protest of the recent presidential election. "It's unfortunate and it is what it is and I understand it. At the end of the day whatever their moves are, they are", said DeChambeau, who helped cut the ribbon at the opening of a new clubhouse at Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point in 2018.



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