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Bryson DeChambeau finishes T-4 in his first event as a professional at the RBC Heritage. Is this the beginning of imminent stardom?
By Jessica Marksbury
Thursday, July 12, 2018

Bryson DeChambeau's John Deere title defense ended after only 15 holes on Thursday, when he was forced to withdraw with a shoulder injury.

DeChambeau received treatment on his right shoulder and then spoke with Golf Channel's Chantel McCabe.

"They said there was some instability in the joint," DeChambeau said. "On 2, I hit the shot out of the rough on the right, and I just didn't feel right after that. I probably overloaded the muscle, my [deltoid], and that's something I gotta work on in the future, to get a little stronger so that stuff doesn't happen."

"I've just got to take care of my body a little better," DeChambeau concluded.

As for his Open Championship prospects, DeChambeau is unsure at this point.

"If I can get three or four days of good rest in, when I get there Monday night, I'll evaluate it and see how I feel," he said. "Hopefully by next week, I'll be ready to go."

You can watch DeChambeau's interview in its entirety below.

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