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SMU Golfer Wins NCAA Championships After Going Shirtless And Saving Par From The Juice

In the first round of the NCAA Men’s Golf Championships, Bryson DeChambeau of SMU put an errant shot in the water. He decided to play it as it lied since it wasn’t fully submerged in the water. With no regard for getting every girl in the gallery pregnant, Bryson took off his shirt and fired off a shot.


Normally, there isn’t anything special about this. All you see here is some golfer who put one in the water, stripped down to his shorts, and tried to play his ball. However, Bryson not only had no shame in his body to show it off to the crowd (and media cameras), but he also connected on the shot and saved par on the hole.

That par save was crucial when it came down to the final round. Bryson finished at -8 before watching Washington’s Pan Cheng-Tsung mount a comeback on the final nine of the championship. Cheng-Tsung failed to birdie the final hole giving DeChambeau the individual championship.

Shirtless DeChambeau and USA: 1, Cheng-Tsung: 0.

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Harrison Lee

The Boulevard is a Content Manager for Grandex, Inc. He hates soccer and terrorists. He will forget more about sports than you will ever know in your lifetime.

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