Bryson DeChambeau said he got back to work the Monday after his U.S. Open win last month at Winged Foot Golf Club. It showed in his first round back at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open on Thursday where he shot a 62 and led at the completion of his round by one stroke over Austin Cook. The 62 is the lowest first round of his PGA Tour career.

It’s fitting that somebody who took about four hours to bask in his first major championship win would back that win up with a 62, and for a while it looked like it might be something better than that. DeChambeau — who apparently shot 59 in a practice round on Wednesday — launched absolute bombs all over TPC Summerlin and went out in 30 on the back nine, which is where he started his first round.

He got into a spot of trouble on the second hole on the course (his…

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