Bryson DeChambeau (Wrist Soreness) an Early-Week Withdrawal from Sony Open

Big-hitting Bryson DeChambeau won’t take on quaint Waialae Country Club, after all.

DeChambeau withdrew from the Sony Open on Monday because of soreness in his wrist, his agent, Brett Falkoff, told GolfChannel.com.

Falkoff said DeChambeau’s wrist has flared up in recent weeks and he wasn’t ready for consecutive starts like he’d originally hoped. DeChambeau has played only one official event over the past three months, at the Hero World Challenge in early December.  

DeChambeau was coming off a tie for 25th in the 38-man Sentry Tournament of Champions.

After pulling out of the Sony, he is unlikely to compete again until the Saudi International on Feb. 3-6.



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