American basher averages 350.6 yards in driving distance and leads field in strokes gained off the tee and strokes gained putting, a first on the PGA Tour
1: Number of players in the PGA Tour' s ShotLink era, dating to 2004, to lead a tournament in strokes gained off the tee and strokes gained putting. American Bryson DeChambeau accomplished the extraordinary double in winning the Rocket Mortgage Classic on Sunday at Detroit Golf Club. DeChambeau led in strokes gained off the tee (6.672) and strokes gained putting (7.831) while leading the field in driving distance at 350.6 yards. DeChambeau closed with a 7-under 65 to shoot 23-under 265 and hold off Matthew Wolff by three strokes. It was the fourth consecutive top-10 result for DeChambeau since the PGA Tour restarted its season after a three-month suspension during the coronavirus pandemic. At age 21, runner-up Wolff, who led by three strokes after 54 holes, was seeking to become the youngest two-time Tour winner since Tiger Woods (scores).
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