Bryson DeChambeau hits PGA Professional Kenny Pigman with wayward tee shot at 2023 PGA Championship

It’s been a busy morning at Oak Hill Country Club in Rochester, New York, for the opening round of the 2023 PGA Championship.

We’ve seen hole-outs, near aces and a lot of high scores.

And we’ve also seen a player in the field get hit by another player’s drive thanks to Bryson DeChambeau.

PGA Professional Kenny Pigman was over his ball, ready to hit a tee shot on the par-4 18th — his ninth of the day — when DeChambeau’s wild tee shot hit him.

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Pigman, who grabbed his shoulder but seemed to brush it off quickly, went on to bogey the hole. DeChambeau was even par through his first eight holes.

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