- American has injuries to a hand and hip
- Says he has not been able to talk to Phil Mickelson
Bryson DeChambeau has always done things his own way but even he is taking it a little far at this year’s Masters. In February he suffered a hairline fracture of a bone in his left hand when he fell over playing table tennis against Sergio García during a tournament in Jeddah.
His doctors and his coaches told him he should take the next four months off to recover but here he is teeing up at Augusta National despite their advice. “It was a huge risk,” he said, “but I decided to do so because I wanted to give this tournament a run.” He says his game is at about 80 per cent.
Written by Andy Bull at Augusta
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