Bryson DeChambeau is currently in the mix in this week's LIV Golf tournament in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The American, who is the captain of the Crushers GC team, is searching for his maiden victory on the LIV Golf Tour.
Whilst golf fans are excited to see the big hitter back in contention once again, the topic of his new appearance was raised in his post round interview after Saturday's play.
When asked about his body changes over the past year effecting his swing, DeChambeau responded:
"Yeah, I would say that my body definitely has changed, and my swing is probably going to change, as well. That's part of the process I'm trying to figure out. I was a lot skinnier and leaner when I was hitting it dead straight every single time in 2018. That wasn't the reason why I tried to get leaner, I just tried to decrease inflammation in my body, which I feel a heck of a lot better, man. "But I feel a lot cleaner and healthier and feel like I can live to over 100 now finally. A year and a half ago I was like, oh, man, that thing that I talked about living to 120, I don't know if I can get there now with the weight I put on. A little different now." Asked about how his body reacted to the heat endured during the day's play and whether it was any different to last year, DeChambeau said: "I don't drink as many protein shakes, that's for sure. That definitely messed up my gut a lot, as people can assume."
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