After bulking up during the coronavirus break last year, the American has become the biggest driver in golf.
However, fans were made to wait to get a sight of the big-hitting 2020 US Open champion on Friday, as he wasn’t included in US captain Steve Stricker’s morning foursome pairings.
And when he made his way onto the first tee eventually for the afternoon fourballs, DeChambeau didn’t disappoint, reaching for his hefty driver.
After winding up and unleashing a big drive, the crowd by the tee let out a huge roar in delight as the ball flew down the first hole.
But for one unsuspecting fan, DeChambeau’s first drive of the 2021 Ryder Cup wasn’t the best experience.
DeChambeau’s ball, while traveling a fair distance, struck a spectator on the shin, leaving her clutching at her right leg.
Despite landing in the rough, the world No. 7 was able to recover masterfully, managing to salvage a birdie on the opening hole.
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