Bryson DeChambeau certainly spends a lot of time thinking and plotting and planning, but when all his hard work pays off, all his studiousness gives way to spontaneous celebration.
Such was the case on Sunday at TPC Summerlin, when DeChambeau holed this 57-footer for eagle at the par-5 16th.
The shot, combined with a bogey from Patrick Cantlay at the par-3 17th, put DeChambeau two clear of the field with two holes to play. We call it a shot, because the Tour was quick to point that it wasn’t a putt.
You know, on replay, this fist pump is so on point that it wouldn’t surprise us if Bryson does practice it when no one is looking.