Bryson DeChambeau could make light work of Augusta at The Masters

In the latest episode of the GolfMagic chat show, we discuss Bryson DeChambeau's Rocket Mortgage Classic victory, the controversial cameraman incident and our top betting tips for the Workday Charity Open.

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Tue, 7 Jul 2020

Bryson DeChambeau silenced the haters as he not only hit monster drives on his way to winning the Rocket Mortgage Classic, but putted to perfection, finishing 1st in Strokes Gained Putting, an aspect of his game that many have criticised in the past. With DeChambeau powering his way up the World Rankings, is he now the man to beat at The Masters in November?

In the latest episode of the GolfMagic chat show, we discuss DeChambeau's win in Detroit and how he can make Augusta his playground if he continues his incredible form. Watch the latest episode of the GolfMagic Chat Show in the video below and find out about our latest prize giveaway!


Bryson DeChambeau picked up his sixth PGA Tour victory as he claimed the Rocket Mortgage Classic in Detroit, beating Matthew Wolff by three shots.

Wolff went into Sunday's final round as the overnight leader but a poor start allowed the in-form DeChambeau to capitalise.

DeChambeau averaged a driving distance of a huge 350.6 yards, the longest average of a PGA Tour winner ever. The 26-year-old was also 1st in Strokes Gained Off-the-Tee and 1st in Strokes Gained Putting, showing the world that he is improving all aspects of his game.


DeChambeau made it clear that his new size and speed is a long-term investment that he believes can help him win majors and now he's making everyone else believe it too.

Golf fans questioned whether he had the level of short game required to win big tournaments and he's starting to show that he can putt as well as anyone else out there.

If he works on his wedge game and keeps cracking at his putting, we could see DeChambeau make Augusta his playground at The Masters in November.


This week, the PGA Tour heads to Muirfield Village for the Workday Charity Open, so check out Andy and Jack's best bets below.

Patrick Cantlay - 12/1

Xander Schauffele - 18/1

Justin Rose - 22/1

Byeong Hun An - 66/1

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