Despite being committed to the PGA Tour in February and recently claiming the Memorial’s name in May “I personally don’t think at this point in time I’m in a place in my career where I can risk things like this,” Bryson DeChambeau vaulted to LIV Golf and competed last week. In the Portland Invitational series.
The junior league finally made an offer that DeChambeau couldn’t refuse.
How much he got from the recent spending spree of the Saudi-backed league, he still doesn’t say, but shed some light on the dollars that made him flounder after saying he wanted to keep playing against “the best in the world” of which he is still the top 16 in the rankings. The official World Golf Tour PGA Tour.
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while appearing in Country Club Podcast Next DoorDeChambeau confirmed that he signed a contract for the next 4½ years until the 2026 season. When the four podcast hosts moved on to the topic of money and noted that the 2020 US Open champion had a “$125 million smile,” DeChambeau corrected them, saying “That’s a little low.”
“I’m not going to say the details, I mean what was reported fairly soon,” DeChambeau said. “It’s a four-and-a-half year deal, I can definitely tell you that, and a lot of it was upfront, which is great.”
DeChambeau also noted that he didn’t just stick bundles of cash under his bed or in the bank to grow. He has big plans.
“What’s great about it, though, is that I’ve really put it in places that make sense, whether it’s my organization or real estate, being able to build a multi-sport complex or looking after my family, caring about what we’ve started creating our own content with Regecy, and many more things Others too.”
DeChambeau finished 10th in the 48-player field at Pumpkin Ridge and earned $560,000 for a 2-under shot in the 54-hole competition.