The DeChambeau Show Continues
Bryson DeChambeau sat at just 4-under to start the day on Saturday paired with Tiger Woods. After carding an 8-under Sunday, the 24-year-old birdied three straight holes to close out the front nine on Monday and coast to a 16-under win at the Dell Technologies Championship at TPC Boston.
DeChambeau also won the Northern Trust last weekend by four strokes, notching his second and third victories of the season. He's only the second player ever to win the two opening FedEx Cup Playoff events (Vijay Singh, 2008).
So What's Next?
The Tour has two more stops in the FedEx Cup race, including the BMW Championship (Sept. 6-9) at Aronimink Golf Club near Philadelphia, and the Tour Championship (Sept. 20-23) at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta. DeChambeau also assured himself of the No. 1 seed in the PGA Tour Championship.
Other Notable Scorecards
Justin Rose (-14), Bubba Watson (-11), Dustin Johnson (-11), Brooks Koepka (-10), Jordan Spieth (-10), Phil Mickelson (-10), Rory McIlroy (-10), Tiger Woods (-7), Justin Thomas (-7)
Lefty let it loose on Labor Day. Phil made a Monday march with an 8-under 63 and the day's best round.
The winning prize money for DeChambeau was $1.62 Million in each of the opening FedEx Cup events.