‘Not going to occur’: Bryson disapproves of ‘Moderate Play Polo’
NASSAU, Bahamas – As an Albany inhabitant and fanatic of the island life, Bryson DeChambeau was glad to wear Puma’s new Saltwater assortment Wednesday at the Hero World Challenge.
DeChambeau’s polo of decision, called the “Predator Polo,” highlighted a variety of sharks and stingrays, an ideal portrayal for somebody who appreciates investing energy under the ocean like DeChambeau, presently a devoted spearfisherman.
“It’s a marvelous assortment,” DeChambeau said. “They had the turtle one, and I wasn’t going to wear that.”
The turtle shirt DeChambeau was alluding to is named the “Moderate Play Polo.” DeChambeau, obviously, has been an objective of moderate play pundits lately, most as of late during The Northern Trust in August, when he took over two minutes to hit a putt during the second round and video of the experience started shock via web-based networking media, inciting DeChambeau to go on a long barrier.
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A keen man, DeChambeau obviously has selected to maintain a strategic distance from the discourse inside and out and abstain from wearing the specific shirt.
“Not going to occur,” he said.
Individual Puma diplomat Rickie Fowler, however, thinks it would’ve been an extraordinary open door for DeChambeau to have a great time.
“I get why,” said Fowler, who wore one of the moderate play polos Wednesday alongside Gary Woodland. “I thought it would’ve been magnificent in the event that he would’ve went with it. … And if individuals ask, ‘Well, Bryson, why’re you wearing it?’ [He could say] ‘Really, It’s my own line. You know, [I’m a] minimal moderate. Gary and Rickie chose to commit and be extremely strong of me to help me through this intense time.’
“He could’ve had some good times with it, yet there’s time.”