/Bryson Dichamba also won the Rocket Mortgage Classic with three shots

Bryson Dichamba also won the Rocket Mortgage Classic with three shots

Detroit – Bryson de Chambeu got the result he was looking for from his body transformation.

With jaw-dropping drives and some clutch putts, De Chambeo won the Sunday Mortgage Classic for Sunday Mortgage Classic for Sunday Mortgage Classic for Sunday Mortgage Classic and its first sixth edition.

DeChambu shot a 7-under 65 at the Detroit Golf Club, birdied four of the first seven holes and closed with three straight. He finished in a career-best 23-under 265.

In second place was Matthew Wolf (71). He started the day with a three-shot lead and hit his chances with five brokers in his first 10 holes. Kevin Kissner (66 66) finished another stroke.

Dichambiu removes all doubts with the conclusion of doubt.

He made a 30-foot birdie putt at No. 16, a small putty for birdies in the side hole, and unveiled the 367-yard drive to place another short putt at 18th.

Dichambao came in the week with six top-eight finishes and was the only player in the top ten in the first three events after being reinstated from the coronavirus. She won for the first time since the Srinivasan Hospital for Children opened in November.

De Chambeu dramatically changed his body, added 40 pounds of mass, and took advantage of the time to work on his body during the Covid-1 and the epidemic.

His power in Motor City was on full display with drives running regularly about 350 yards.

At D-Chambier Drive 621-yard, Par-5 turned left on the fourth side and landed on the Greenside route in a side hole. He cleared the tree and landed very little from the green, sent 2,276 yards to him, and he pressed in two directions from 37 feet.

As his body and strength become fixed for those who follow golf, the more he looks at him during the stage, the more it annoys him.

On Saturday, Dichambio exchanged tastes with a TV cameraman after a couple in a sixth hole. After the round, he made it clear that it was not right to show any potential weakness and hurt anyone’s image.