On Wednesday afternoon, 2020 U.S. Open champion Bryson DeChambeau withdrew from the PGA Championship. After surgery on his left hand a month ago, he is not ready to participate in the PGA Tournament.
DeChambeau had been at the Southern Hills course the previous Wednesday trying to see if he could try.
DeChambeau underwent surgery on his hand and wrist on 14 April. At the time, he said he hopes to be able to play golf again in a few months.
Before the WGC-Dell Technologies match play, the world No. 22 revealed that he suffered a fractured left hip bone and a torn labrum
The hand injury happened while playing Ping-Pong in early February and slipped at the PIF Saudi International on the Asian Tour. DeChambeau pulled out from that tournament after one round.