Bryson Dechambeau Surgery Update- What Happened To Him?

Bryson DeChambeau announced Friday night that he is not only out of his cast, but is also able to grip a golf club for the first time since undergoing surgery on April 14 to repair an injury he had sustained in his left wrist.

The talented American golfer has dealt with a number of injuries in his career, including a broken bone in his hand and a hip problem.

However, his left hand which he aggravated while playing table tennis at the Saudi International, was so severe that he required surgery. 

He's expected to be out for two months, which means he won't be able to compete in the PGA Championship at Southern Hills near Tulsa, Oklahoma, next month.

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Bryson Dechambeau Surgery Update - What Happened To Him? 

Bryson Dechambeau can finally grip a golf club after receiving surgery on his left hand on April 14 at The Kettering Medical Center in Ohio.

In February, DeChambeau was injured while playing ping-pong at the Saudi International. He withdrew from that event after the first round and did not compete again until the WGC-Dell Match Play in late March.

Bryson didn't make it out of pool play in Austin, and he fought his way through the Masters, where he missed the cut before deciding to have surgery.

He attempted to play through his injury at three events, including the Masters, against medical advice. However, his was an injury that required surgical treatment.

According to the American professional golfer, persistent pain from the fracture caused him to change his grip and swing, resulting in his inability to compete at the highest level of golf. This was challenging to him both physically and mentally.

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Where Is Bryson Dechambeau Now?

Bryson Dechambeau has finally been able to start chipping after a successful left wrist surgery on his fractured hook of the hamate performed on April 14 by world-renowned Hand Surgeon Dr. Thomas Graham at The Kettering Medical Center in Ohio. 

DeChambeau has been out of the hospital for over two weeks and is making good progress. Though he had planned to return within two months of the surgery, if he heals quickly, he may be able to return sooner than expected.

On Friday night, he declared on Twitter that he was out of his cast and was finally able to grip a golf club for a short period of time. It was the first time he had been able to do so since his surgery. 

DeChambeau hosted a charity event in the Bahamas last week, where he was caught on camera hitting one-handed shots with his right hand.