Would it be reasonable to suggest since joining LIV Golf, life on the golf course has been somewhat tough for Bryson DeChambeau?
The former U.S. Open champion has now played in 10 events since bolting from the PGA Tour.
On paper, his results don't make for great reading. At least, that is if you're a nine-time PGA Tour winner and a major champion.
DeChambeau's best finish in a LIV event in 2022 came in Chicago, where he finished T-8. You might recall this was where he couldn't work out the intricacies of a gallery rope.
In 2023, he has made three starts. He missed the cut at the Saudi International on the Asian Tour, posted a T-24 at LIV Golf Mayakoba and last week was T-44 in a 48-man field in Tucson.
His world ranking has continued to tumble. As of the time of writing, DeChambeau is World No. 143.
Of course, this is skewed because LIV players aren't getting world ranking points. But still.
Naturally, when you reportedly sign a contract worth $125m and are guaranteed to earn $120,000 in every LIV Golf event regardless of your score, there won't be a huge amount of sympathy.
One pro, however, has leapt to DeChambeau's defence. Sort of.
English pro Eddie Pepperell wrote 'it's sad' in response to a Tweet from @acaseofthegolf outlining how it was 'wild' what has happened to DeChambeau.
DP World Tour pro Mike Lorenzo-Vera questioned whether it was actually sad.
Lorenzo-Vera has a history of taking no prisoners with his strong opinions.
It should be noted that DeChambeau's form has been impacted by multiple injuries. He's had issues with his hip and wrist, even undergoing surgery to repair the damage.
Also, very sadly, DeChambeau's father passed away last November.
DeChambeau and his Crushers will head to Orange County National for the third LIV Golf League event in 2023 next week.
Then he'll turn his attentions to the 2023 Masters.
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