‘What is going on?’: Bryson DeChambeau, Lee Westwood miss big on consecutive shots at Players Championship

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After a second mishit in as many swings, Bryson DeChambeau uttered what we were all thinking while watching: “Oh my gosh. What is going on?”

In the final group with Lee Westwood and two shots back at 11 under, DeChambeau topped his tee shot on the par-4 fourth hole into the water and had to play his next shot from a drop on a forward tee.

His third shot after the penalty drop went way right, but stayed in play.

“That was worst than most,” said Golf Channel’s on-course announcer David Feherty, a playful reference to the famous Tiger Woods “better than most” putt from the 2001 Players Championship.

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Westwood wasn’t much better on No. 4. finding the water, but with a slice instead of a top.

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Westwood escaped with just a bogey to remain in the lead at 12 under, while DeChambeau made double and dropped to 9 under.