A slim-downed Bryson DeChambeau has admitted to feeling "a lot cleaner and healthier" and that he can "live to over 100 finally" en route to posting his best LIV Golf finish so far in Oklahoma.
DeChambeau, 29, posted rounds of 68, 63 and 67 for a 12-under par total at LIV Golf Tulsa, which saw him finish five strokes off the pace in a tie for fifth.
It marked his best finish in 12 LIV Golf appearances.
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I asked Bryson Dechambeau if his weight changes have effected his golf swing over the past year, and his answer was really interesting: pic.twitter.com/Fd4scMMNwA— Sam Humphreys (@SamHumphreys34) May 14, 2023
DeChambeau now heads into the season's second major of the season, the US PGA Championship at Oak Hill this week, with much more optimism than prior to The Masters last month where he missed the cut with consecutive rounds of 74 at Augusta.
No longer living a life like Popeye and drinking seven protein shakes a day, DeChambeau admits he is still adapting to his recent body transformation but that he is feeling a whole better about himself.
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DeChambeau told reporters:
DeChambeau is one of 17 LIV Golf players in the field at this week's PGA Championship.
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