Augusta, Georgia-So, you say you don’t believe in the gods that stand tall among the tall pine trees that surround, overlook and protect Augusta National Park?
You said that you don’t believe that there are mysterious powers at work on sacred reasons. The green coat was awarded there, but your heart is broken?
You said you don’t believe in karma, sometimes it may be a child?
So, let’s take a look at Bryson DeChambeau’s past two days at the Masters.
Do you know what Augusta National did to DeChambeau?
How else would you explain DeChambeau’s nightmare two days after arriving in Augusta, he was confident in his game, and that he might demolish Eryst with his newly discovered volume, length and technical advantages ·Mackenzie (Alister MacKenzie)̵
DeChambeau publicly talked about the fact that he believes that all the work he does on the body is beating the system, and it will depend on everyone else in the game to catch him.
In the past two days, Augusta National has shown him that he will not beat the system on a watch.
Let’s start with the second round on Friday. DeChambeau first got a par on the difficult first hole, and then caught a birdie on a par 5 hole. After that, his service area reached 380 yards, which made him It becomes the 176th green.
He was less than 1 point in two holes and less than 3 points in the tournament. Everything went according to plan-sticking to the difficult hole and eating par for lunch.
Then number 3 happened.
You may remember the name ranked third in Augusta, its name is “Hua Tao”. It is the shortest par 4 hole at 350 yards on the golf course, and before the start of the game, DeChambeau rode his horse and talked easily about how to drive it easily.
On Friday, De Chambeau did something I have never seen since the 26 years of the Masters: He lost a ball in the turf.
He hit the driver high to the third green, and the ball landed in the grass on the left…no one could find it.
Ironically, De Chambeau won the U.S. Open at Winged Foot in September, where the field has deep ankles and narrow fairways. He never lost again that week… His shortest par 4 on the court. Lost one Friday.
The scene is surreal. We are used to seeing search teams consisting of caddies, players, volunteer marshals, spectators, and sometimes even the media, looking for players to lose goals in the US Open and British Open.
Not in the Masters.
But DeChambeau (DeChambeau), after the longest time allowed to search for the ball, rides the frightening Perp on the carriage and returns to the tee to reload the ball.
“So, you mean if you can’t find it… Is that a missing ball?” De Chambeau was heard asking the official through the TV microphone.
De Chambeau is understandably upset. The purpose of the marshal’s presence was to spot the wrong shooting in the turf or woods. However, due to COVID-19 restrictions, it seems that there are not so many bailiffs working in this Masters, and of course, no patrons are allowed. This can reduce DeChambeau’s tee times.
The fiasco ended with DeChambeau’s triple bogey 7. He hit a shocking double bogey 7 on the 13th hole of par 5 in the first round on Thursday. This is what he expected to be full this week. In the other hole, he brags that he is hitting the green green in practice.
We all agree that 7 is not a lucky number for DeChambeau-certainly not on Friday the 13th.
DeChambeau is at over one stroke and is on the opposite side of the downline. It was originally expected to remain parity at the close of Friday. However, since the second round of the game was completed on Saturday morning, the 49ers were flat or better, so it may rise to below 1. The cut includes a low 50 draw.
DeChambeau will continue the second round at par 5 on Saturday, June 13th. His second round has six holes to complete. If the promotion result does move to 1, he must play the last 6 holes under 2 to continue the game.
Before the championship, De Chambeau boldly described the Augusta National with a par of 72 (Augusta National) as “for me it is a par 67, because I can divide all pars into 5 Two, there is no problem.”
He said: “This is how I feel parity.”
The god of the Augusta nation is listening. They obviously don’t like what they hear. Karma can indeed be fickle.