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Bryson DeChambeau Shoots Incredible 58 to Win LIV Golf Event

By: | Mon 07 Aug 2023

BRYSON DeCHAMBEAU shot a 61 in the second round of the LIV Golf Greenbrier. It was some round of golf, and easily the best of his professional career.

But he improved upon it by three strokes in the final round as he recorded a scarcely credible third and final round of 58. He stood over a 40-foot putt on the final green, knowing he needed two putts to become the latest man to break 60. Instead, he holed it for a truly remarkable round of 58.

As the ball disappeared into the hole he leapt into the air. The Crushers GC Captain set off a wild celebration on a rainy finish at The Old White course with an incredible 12-under par round of golf. It was the lowest in the history of LIV Golf and only the second in elite professional men’s golf.

The 58 not only proved to be the exclamation mark for his first LIV Golf individual victory, but he also considered it the “greatest moment of my career” that now includes 11 professional wins with one major.

“It’s beyond words,” said DeChambeau, who finished at 23 under to win by six strokes over Mito Pereira of Torque GC, which won their fourth team title of the season. “I’ve been working so hard for a long time, and I knew something special was going to come at some point. I just didn’t know when.”

Following a low round with another is always difficult, but DeChambeau simply built on the momentum, posting birdies on six of his first seven holes.

With Pereira supplying pressure after his own hot start - 5 under through his first eight holes, including an eagle hole-out from 159 yards on his opening hole ­- DeChambeau kept his foot on the gas.

“I was making birdie and he was making birdies, and then I think it was on 13 …  and [I] look at the leaderboard and he was already 19-under or something and I was 14,” Pereira said. “It was like, OK, I guess today is not my day.”

DeChambeau bounced back with birdies on three of his next four holes to increase his lead, then finished with a flourish ­with four consecutive birdies, even as the rain that prompted an earlier shotgun start time began to make an impact.

“To even back up a 61 is really difficult,” said DeChambeau, who became the third player to break 60 during a professional tournament at The Old White course. “I had something special going on today, and I just felt super comfortable over tee shots and was able to play the course the way it was designed.”

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