Bryson DeChambeau explained why he broke up with Tim Tucker and hired Brian Ziegler as a caddy

Bryson DeChambeau hired a new caddy just over a week after breaking up with Tim Tucker.

DeChambeau chose Brian Zeigler, the head coach of DeChambeau’s hometown of Dallas National Stadium.The two have a close working relationship, DeChambeau told Golf net.

“Brian has been an important part of my life for some time,” DeChambeau said. “We did a lot of speed training together. He was a motivation and hype. He helped me reach new goals. [personal records] I never believe I can do it. “

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Now, Ziegler will accept the challenge of filling Tucker’s role. In fact, Tucker has been helping Ziegler get ready for the past six months. This is part of the plan that Tucker and DeChambeau made at the end of the 2020 season, in case Tucker can’t or don’t want to be a caddy anymore.

That moment was before the Rockets Mortgage Classic in 2021, but both of them believed that there was no event or incident that caused a split.

De Chambeau said: “Everyone thinks there will be some kind of division, but in fact there is not. It has been a while.” “Tim is really a very, very good friend of mine. He is the one I have always cared about. People still care and will care for the rest of my life.”

Tucker described the reason he left when he felt “tired” and “not 100% healthy.”

“We are really tired. This season; the tour schedule is bad for us, bad for me. I know I’m doing this business; our relationship is very close and he has worked for many hours,” Tucker said. “One thing is that I am not 100% healthy and happy… We made the best decision for both of us.”

Therefore, it seems that there is no blood relationship between the two. It’s time to move on.

Ziegler will be tested immediately. His first game as DeChambeau’s caddie will be the British Open, which will start in England on Thursday. Although Ziegler is ready to take on the unique task of working with De Chambeau-including calculating air density and its effect on the ball-he does not expect to be perfect right away.

“Typical, tiny things [caddies] I already know it,” Ziegler said of what worries him most about his new job. “This is what I need some time to learn.



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