Bryson DeChambeau has opened up on his relationship with Tiger Woods, citing "he's my Dad" during a recent interview on the Full Send Podcast.
DeChambeau reveals how he first met Woods at Torrey Pines in 2018, but how he was incredibly nervous.
Speaking on the Full Send Podcast, DeChambeau discussed the Ryder Cup, his relationship with Brooks Koepka, Long Drive and of course, his first time spent with "the GOAT."
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"That’s probably the most nervous I’ve been on the golf course in my entire life," said DeChambeau.
"More nervous than the Ryder Cup, more nervous than the Long Drive thing,” he said, adding that it was also the coolest and most nerve-racking experience in his life.
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They also joked about Woods being like DeChambeau’s dad now.
"As you said earlier, he’s my dad. So yeah, he’s been great."
"Number 10 Torrey Pines, that’s where I played with him the first time. He asked me to go play. I was like, ‘Uh, yeah. Let’s do it. Why not?'
"He explained how the media was everywhere."
DeChambeau added: "He’d just look at you, and that’s when I first met him. You’d be like this, and he’d just look at you and just look away and not even know you were there anymore. That’s how weird but amazing it was."
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