Bryson DeChambeau bullied both Winged Foot and his competition in winning the 120nd US Open by six shots. The victory was the culmination of a full-body transformation and a pivotal moment in the distance debate. We’re discussing all that and much more in our 18 Parting Thoughts from Winged Foot.
Since he began his US Open quest as a professional in 1992 at Pebble Beach – where he missed the cut – it’s only the fourth time that Mickelson will not be a part of the most compelling part of this show.
The heat is likely to dominate conversations at the ANA Inspiration, upstaging talk even of the COVID-19 pandemic that’s responsible for postponing this LPGA Major championship from its scheduled start in April to the first full week in September.