In this 2016 interview from the "Beyond the Clubhouse" archives, Bryson DeChambeau, who won the Arnold Palmer Invitational on Sunday, discusses his first API appearance while sitting in The King's office. That edition of the API also was the last appearance for Palmer, who died later that year, so it makes the conversation even more poignant. DeChambeau shares the advice he received from Palmer about playing Augusta National and how he should just play his own game on that golf course. Since this interview, DeChambeau has gone his own way, but you can hear the seeds of new ideas throughout.
DeChambeau also reveals how he wants to make a mark as a great ambassador for the game, as Palmer was able to do throughout his life.
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