Masters chairman Fred Ridley makes determined plea to rein in Bryson DeChambeau after his vow to render Augusta out of date, insisting ‘we hope there is not going to come a day when it must be performed at 8,000 yards’
- Bryson DeChambeau is seeking to render Augusta out of date because of his energy
- The American big-hitter vowed to pummel Augusta into submission this week
- Fred Ridley listened with dismay to the big-hitting American’s daring promise
Masters chairman Fred Ridley has known as on golf’s governing our bodies to take pressing motion within the wake of Bryson DeChambeau’s vow to pummel Augusta Nationwide into submission on Thursday.
Ridley listened with dismay to DeChambeau’s daring promise to play the course in a approach that it was by no means supposed to be performed.
‘We do have the flexibility to make any variety of modifications to guard the integrity of the course,’ stated Ridley. ‘However we hope there is not going to come a day when the Masters must be performed at 8,000 yards to attain that goal.
Bryson DeChambeau has vowed to pummel Augusta Nationwide into submission this week
‘The sport is at an vital crossroads, so we’ll proceed to induce the governing our bodies to place ahead considerate options as quickly as potential.’
The game is break up on one of the simplest ways ahead. There is no such thing as a query that DeChambeau’s big-hitting exploits generate enormous curiosity, however equally there is no such thing as a approach that Augusta will permit the course to be rendered out of date.
Ridley warned: ‘If no motion is taken then we have to take a look at different choices.’
Fred Ridley listened with dismay to DeChambeau’s daring promise forward of the Masters