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Bryson Dechambeau Lands First Sports Illustrated Cover; Golf’s Most Aggressive Star Aiming To ‘Break Golf’ as He Prepares for the Masters
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October 28, 2020

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NEW YORK — Bryson DeChambeau, this year’s U.S. Open champion and golf’s most unconventional star, is featured on Sports Illustrated’s November 2020 cover as he prepares for next month’s Masters Tournament. SI senior writer Michael Rosenberg sits down with the sport’s most analytical player, who radically transformed his game and body heading into this year and whose unique approach is “breaking golf.”
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Bryson DeChambeau’s unique, data-driven views on equipment, swing mechanics, and course navigation have both disrupted the game and brought extreme success to this breakout player. Now, with the U.S. Open title under his belt, his sights are set on a win at the Masters next month — a major step in his attempts to revolutionize the game.
The digital issue with multimedia content is available online Oct. 30. The print edition hits newsstands and ships to subscribers Nov. 3.
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