Bryson DeChambeau Returning at the Masters
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Bryson DeChambeau is one of the biggest golf stars in the whole world. He was out of the golf tournament, for now, a long time cause of the injury. All the golf fans missed his presence in the tournaments.

The word number 13 is now about to make his return to the course once again. This is obviously very good news for all the golf fans. His back in the course will surely make a huge impact in the whole golf world cause everyone waiting for Dechambeau to return to the golf course.

Recently, DeChambeau gives an appearance in an interview session. When he was asked about when the boss will return to the golf course, he told us about his plans. DeChambeau is almost fully recovered from his injury. And now he is ready to put his feet on the green grass course once again. He talked about his return and injury case on Tuesday on Golf Channel. Dechambeau tees off Wednesday at the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play.

DeChambeau last appeared in the Farmer Insurance Open in January at the San Diego. Since then he missed a couple of notable tournaments cause of the injury, including AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, the Genesis Invitational, the Honda Classic, the Arnold Palmer Invitational, and the Players Championship.

DeChambeau’s plan is right now to return to the next Master Tournament which is scheduled to play from April 7 to August 10. If everything stays fine then we will see him in the upcoming Master Tournament in April. Though he also said that he won’t return to the course fulfill yet. Couse his body won’t probably allow him to play like the old days. But if everything stays as it is now then Dechambeau will rock the course like the old time.

How Bryson DeChambeau Hurt his wrist:

DeChambeau says he hurt his wrist playing tennis table. He says that he slipped while playing tennis table and then he hurt his wrist.

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Not everyone believed the story though. Cause it kinda seems unrealistic to someone. But DeChambeau, it is what it is. He says, “It was really a thing that happened. … I slipped while playing some ping pong, and that aggravated everything and made it really bad. Other than that, a little bit too much use.”

He also says about the injury, “People are going to say it’s happened [injured because] of speed training and all that and, sure, some of the things have been a part of that, just abuse and working really, really hard.”

“But at the same time, I wouldn’t have traded it for anything in the world. I’ve learned a lot about my body as time has gone on and learned how to manage things and how important rest is.”

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