Bryson DeChambeau may not have broken golf, but by winning the 2020 U.S. Open at Winged Foot, he has reshaped the way it is interpreted. He shot a 67 in the final round on Sunday to touch off a 6-under 274, the only score under par for the week.
DeChambeau downed Matthew Wolff by six strokes in their mini-duel over the final three hours of the first major of the 2020-21 season.
World No. 1 Dustin Johnson finished T6 on the week and gained 2.8 strokes per round for the event.
DeChambeau doubled it, and now we may never think about major championship golf the same way again.
Winged Foot — one of the classics — was supposed to stand up against what DeChambeau is trying to do. Some might call his style a mockery — it’s easy to reach that conclusion by watching him hit home runs or listening to him talk –…