'Getting there': Bryson DeChambeau cites endurance for his WD from the PGA Tour's 2022 Charles Schwab Challenge - Golfweek

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Stop me if you’ve heard this one before, but Bryson DeChambeau needs more time.

The 28-year-old withdrew from this week’s PGA Tour stop at the Charles Schwab Challenge at Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth, Texas, on Tuesday while he continues to recover from a nagging wrist injury. John Huh will replace him in the field.

“I’m definitely close but don’t have the endurance for 4 full days yet. Getting there,” DeChambeau said in a text to Golfweek. “Taking a bit of time to make sure it’s fully healed.”

The eight-time winner on Tour hasn’t played since the Masters, where he missed the cut after struggling through the first two rounds with a 76 on Thursday and an 80 on Friday, his highest score in a major championship.

After arriving at Southern Hills last week for the PGA Championship, where he also withdrew, DeChambeau said: “It’s a day-to-day thing. If I can’t go this week, I’ll play next week. If I can’t play next week, it will be a week-to-week thing.”

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