DeChambeau takes 1,800-mile detour between rounds at Quail
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Bryson DeChambeau thought he had missed the cut in the Wells Fargo Championship. By the time he realized he was still in the tournament in North Carolina, he was already back home in Dallas. The former U.S. Open champion took a private flight out early Saturday morning and got back to Quail Hollow with about an hour to spare. And then he shot a 68 with a double bogey on the last hole. It was a wild 24 hours that included an 1,870-mile round trip between the second and third rounds.