BREAKING NEWS :Bryson DeChambeau fires back at LIV Golf chief Greg Norman and other Officials comments about his..

American Bryson DeChambeau is tied for the lead at the 2024 Masters and was being watched closely by LIV Golf chief Greg Norman – who discussed his star player’s frame of mind Bryson DeChambeau is tied for the lead at the Masters Bryson DeChambeau agrees with Greg Norman’s view that he is finally happier since joining LIV Golf.

The American is currently tied for the lead at the Masters, along with Scottie Scheffler and Max Homa. DeChambeau came racing out of the blocks on Thursday, taking the solo clubhouse lead with a stunning 7-under round. But with the entire field struggling in rough conditions on Friday – only eight players scored under par – a 73 was seen as solid golf.Norman, who brought DeChambeau to LIV in 2022 as one of his first major signings, has been spotted several times at the Masters this week.

He was even following Rory McIlroy’s group for some time on Thursday.But on Friday the Australian had a keen eye on DeChambeau, one of 13 LIV Golf stars to have entered at the Masters.

Following his round, DeChambeau was told Norman claimed the 30-year-old is feeling and playing ‘more happy’ of late. DeChambeau agreed. “Yeah, you’ve seen me in a lot of good moments and in a lot of bad moments,”

he replied. “I was even struggling over at LIV when I jumped over there and wasn’t playing my best golf. So he’s seen some up and downs, as well as Mr. Nelson over here. There’s been a lot of people that have seen up and downs.

“And I think getting some equipment in my hands that works for me, also getting a little bit older, hopefully a little bit wiser, has just allowed me to calm down and be comfortable in my own skin and enjoy the moments because it’s not going to be here forever. Might as well enjoy it while you’re here.”

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