Cylance would like to congratulate Bryson DeChambeau on winning the 2018 Memorial Golf tournament yesterday in Dublin, Ohio, an event hosted by golf legend Jack Nicklaus. This was 24-year-old DeChambeau’s second career PGA Tour title in a playoff, winning with a 12-foot birdie putt on the second playoff hole. This win moves him to No. 8 in the Ryder Cup standings.
“From sports to philanthropic causes to company culture, Cylance embraces breakthrough innovation and spirit,” said Stuart McClure, Chairman and CEO at Cylance. “Bryson applies math and science to his iconic golf swing in the same way Cylance prevents advanced security threats with artificial intelligence and machine learning. Today we are proud to congratulate Bryson for a remarkable victory as he challenges the status quo and revolutionizes the golfing world.”
In 2015, Bryson DeChambeau became the fifth player in history to win both the NCAA Division I championship and the U.S. Amateur in the same year – following Jack Nicklaus, Phil Mickelson, Tiger Woods and Ryan Moore. He said this week was the best he’d putted since his U.S. Amateur victory.
“I am incredibly excited to have won the Memorial PGA Tournament,” DeChambeau said. “Thank you, Cylance, for the support, and I look forward to continuing to play well the rest of the year.”
Cylance-sponsored DeChambeau is known as the “golfing scientist.” Majoring in physics, he has an almost mathematical approach to his game, and is probably unique among golfers in that he gets asked the physics behind his single-length set of irons at every tournament stop.
The secret is in the single-length irons he uses, which are seen by some as a better and more simple way to play. His Cobra utility irons, King Forged irons and Kiong wedges all come in at 37.5 (Read more...)
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