The Masters: Bryson DeChambeau loses a ball, triple-bogeys, and slips outside cut line | Golf News

first_imgWayward drive to the third results in an unfortunate lost ball and leads to triple-bogey for DeChambeau, who will need to dig deep to avoid missing the halfway cut when play resumes at Augusta National. By Keith JacksonLast Updated: 14/11/20 1:35am Realising his ball was likely to be plugged in the soft ground, DeChambeau and playing partners Jon Rahm and Louis Oosthuizen conducted an extensive search which proved unsuccessful within the three-minute time allocation.His ball was later found, but not in time for him to have to be carted back to the tee, from where he hit another towering drive on a similar line, over-hit his pitch and eventually holed out for a seven.- Advertisement – Bryson DeChambeau lost a ball at the third hole “I know they found it afterwards, but we must have been close,” said Rahm, who will have a five-foot putt for birdie on the 13th that would get him into a tie for the lead on nine under when the second round resumes on Saturday morning. DeChambeau was taken back to the tee after failing to find his ball in time DeChambeau was taken back to the tee after failing to find his ball in time

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