Bryson DeChambeau’s caddy explains what PGA Tour star’s week off looks like


With back-to-back events lined up, professional athletes are always on the move. Plus, as PGA Tour tournaments are scheduled throughout the year, golfers find little to no downtime. Many golfers participate in other tours as well, adding to their busy schedules.

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In a recent interview, Bryson Dechambeau’s caddy spoke about the 28-year-old and his week off. The winner of the US Open 2020 is one of the busiest stars, as his job isn’t limited to playing on the PGA Tour. DeChambeau was also part of the World Long Distance Championship this year, adding one more event to his list.

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What does Bryson DeChambeau’s week off look like?

According to DeChambeau caddy Brian Zeigler, even his vacation days seem busier than the others. “Yeah, I mean, he has a place to vacation where he goes.” But even there, like he’s practicing, playing golf, or hitting golf balls anyway. ”

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Zeigler added that the biggest downtime he saw DeChambeau was when the two had COVID-19 and were unable to play at the Tokyo Olympics this year. He explained that they were at the house and at DeChambeau’s house for 10 days. They were to quarantine themselves and did so for “Eat a lot of chicken and rice soup and chicken noodles and get a lot of sleep.”

Where’s Bryson DeChambeau now?

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As Zeigler explained, DeChambeau is currently on vacation in Albany, Bahamas. Although he posted photos of the beach and the like, DeChambeau is mostly seen on the golf course, exactly as Zeigler mentioned. He was also spotted enjoying his time on a boat, jumping in the water and having fun with friends.

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DeChambeau’s vacation comes after a great 2020-21 season. He won his first major title last year with the US Open, with the Ryder Cup victory at Whistling Straits being another highlight. The California native also won the Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard, which is among his nine top ten.

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Sep 3, 2021; Atlanta, Georgia, United States; Bryson DeChambeau celebrates after putting on the 18th green in the second round of the Tour Championship golf tournament. Mandatory Credit: Adam Hagy-USA TODAY Sports

That said, DeChambeau has yet to compete in a PGA Tour event following the TOUR Championship last month. As per his schedule, DeChambeau will then play the Hero World Challenge (November 29), which will take place in Albany proper.

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