The world is laughing at the star's humiliation by the Masters.
This is how it went down: Bryson DeChambeau was smug when he said, "I'm cursed," and the world laughed.
Bryson DeChambeau's curse at the Masters is real, and the world is in love with it.
The smug American was one of the biggest losers in the first two rounds at Augusta. He didn't make the cut in a very bad way.
In the past, he said that he was playing against doctors' advice and was only about 80% fit because he was still having problems with his wrist.
Injuries didn't stop the golf world from making fun of his terrible performance.
Four-time major winner Brooks Koepka and three-time major winner Jordan Spieth both missed the cut on 148. Xander Schauffele, who won the Tokyo Olympic gold medal in 2010, was on 151.
Afterward, DeChambeau shot an 8-over 80 in the second round, which caused him to shoot a 12-over 156, which was not good.
When the 28-year-old stepped on the Augusta National turf, it was yet another time that the famous grass had its say.
Before the 2020 Masters, he said that he thought the course was a par 67 because he could hit the ball long and turn par-5s into par-4s. This is what he meant.
Since he said that in 2020, he hasn't shot 67 in 10 rounds at Augusta in that time.
A 63-year-old golfer named Larry Mize beat him by one stroke.
A double bogey at the par-4 10th hole made DeChambeau look like an old man. The first thing he did was hit a tee shot that went into the trees on the left side of the fairway.
There were a lot of golf commentators who liked watching the curse eat DeChambeau to death.