Love or hate him, Bryson DeChambeau roller coaster is exactly what golf and Rocket Mortgage Classic need.
Is there a reason for him to have a testicular swap with the Rocket Mortgage Classic TV photographer on Saturday? The photographer shot a poor green-edged bunker on the seventh hole, recording his aggravation.
DeChambeau has reason:
DeChambeau has reason to say that he should get some seclusion during the “potentially vulnerable period”, and during this period will be shown to “damage our brand”.
I was not there when things occurred, so I would not pretend to know anything about the situation.
However, I know this. Bottom line: All these plays are amazing for golf. It makes competition and desperately needed sports the focus of attention.
De Chambord on Sunday was 7 under par and 65 under par, winning by three strokes. This is the sixth tournament triumph of his occupation.
Golf never becomes the NFL. However, if Tiger Woods does not play or is not perfect, then most informal sports fans do not know what is going on in golf. Personality arouses people’s interest, and golf strives to show its personality.
Whether you love him or hate him, there is no denying that De Champo is currently the most appealing person in the golf world.
In the final analysis, I think DeChambeau is the exception to the photographer. This is correct. He may be too close and hope to show him more nuisances. It is human nature not to want to be the focus of people at the nastiest moment.
However, the photographer is also right to follow DeChambeau, because this is the job of shooting the player’s reaction.
The most serious mistake of DeChambeau is his awkward interpretation of the incident, how the incident “protected our players” by not resorting to anyone, especially not displaying “negative content”, and thus harming his brand.
DeChambeau needs to understand that he did not live in a public relations bubble during the game. Even when the fans are away, everything he does on the court is fair.
But he should at least say this event and express his opinion, without pretending that it did not happen, so he deserves his praise.
All this constitutes honest emotions, real moments, some much-needed drama, and one of the best things in this year’s Rocket classic.
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