Bryson DeChambo has decided to drop out of the PGA Championship this week as he continues to recover from left-wrist bone reconstruction surgery, with the 28-year-old insisting that during a four-day tournament his wrist “just can’t hold on”.

DeChambo, who this year was limited to six starts around the world due to wrist and hip injuries, underwent surgery on his left arm a few days after missing an incision at the Masters last month. A month later, he posted a video in which his full swing – seemingly in full force – kills golf balls into a net in his backyard.

The big American, whose amazing length from the T-shirt has made many wonder if he is pushing his body too hard, played a training round in Southern Hills on Tuesday with a wrap on his left wrist.

“I didn’t think it would be the right decision for me to play this week,” DeChambo said on the Golf Channel. “It will be a stretch for me. This week I’m unfortunately not going to play, but I want to give a chance to someone else who was fully prepared and ready to go out and be healthy.

“I could have played a couple of rounds, but given that I worked out in the afternoon and felt tired and tired, four days for me is now a big stretch. As for endurance, my wrist just isn’t able, it’s still swollen. I have to give it more time. “

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DeChambo said before the Masters that he ignored the advice of his doctors and went to “high risk” to compete in Augusta National after serving six weeks in the side due to wrist and hip problems. In the first two rounds in Georgia, he posted 12 more.

The 22nd world number De Chambo was to play the first two rounds of the second major of the year in the company of Englishmen Tyrell Hutton and Max Hom, and replace him on the field of Danny McCarthy.

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