“Scientist” DeChambeau Is A Desert Storm!
Like a desert sand storm, Bryson DeChambeau (pictured) blew hard and strong to completely wipe out the field to lift the 2019 Dubai Desert Classic Trophy.
The 25-year old American, a totally unorthodox golfer who is referred to as the “Scientist”, was so dominating that he won by 24-under par, a full seven strokes ahead of the runner up, Matt Wallace who finished at 17-under par.
DeChambeau’s winning score was a new tournament record.
A pack of players were tied for third place and these included Ian Poulter, Paul Waring, Sergio Garcia and Alvaro Quiros.
China’s defending champion Haotong Li was also part of the five-strong group to finish on 16-under par.
DeChambeau finished 2018 with three PGA Tour titles in four months, winning the Northern Trust, Dell Technologies Championship and Shriners Hospitals for Children Open events, before claiming his first European Tour crown in Dubai this week.