Dechambeau Masters News 2022: Afterthought - DeChambeau looks to regain swagger at Masters

 Bryson DeChambeau's power game hasn't done him much good at Augusta National. Now, injuries have cut him down to size

DeChambeau has been limited by hip and hand ailments in recent months, which leaves him at less than full strength and a bit of an afterthought heading into the Masters

His doctors even urged him to consider sitting out the first major of the year, to give himself more time to heal. DeChambeau wouldn't think of it

They recommended that I don’t come back for a while,” he said Monday. “I’m like, ‘Man, this only comes around once a year, and I’ve got to give this a go

DeChambeau certainly has some unfinished business at Augusta National

In 2020, when the Masters was shifted to November because of the coronavirus pandemic, DeChambeau confidently predicted that his massive bulk and blinding swing would give him a huge edge over the rest of the field

Coming off a six-stroke romp at the U.S. Open, where he overpowered Winged Foot with his prodigious drives, DeChambeau raised plenty of eyebrows when he said one of golf's most hallowed courses played like a par-67 for him

DeChambeau didn't come close to backing up those bold words. Most memorably, he lost a ball at No. 3 — the shortest par-4 on the course, and one of the holes where he considered par to be a birdie — and was out of contention before he even got to the weekend

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