DeChambeau apologizes to USGA after criticizing organization

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Bryson DeChambeau continues to make headlines for all of the wrong reasons. The rookie took a shot at the USGA after the organization deemed his side-saddle putting stance non-conforming in January.

"The USGA essentially doesn't like me doing it," DeChambeau told Will Gray of Golf Digest on Friday. "I'm pretty much done with it. They're not a good organization, and you can quote me on that."

DeChambeau tweeted out an apology to the USGA early Sunday:

The SMU graduate has made just three cuts in 10 events this season and is ranked 201st in total putting on tour.

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