The 2022 Masters are around the corner, with will-he-or-won’t-he-play questions surrounding Tiger Woods dominating the pre-tournament coverage at Augusta National. Perhaps more questions should be asked about the form of one-time major champion Bryson DeChambeau, who has dealt with a couple of nagging injuries. DeChambeau revealed his struggles with injury this year ahead of the Masters, as reported by the PGA Tour’s website.

“The past few weeks have been very, very difficult on me, not playing well and not hitting it anywhere near where I know I should be hitting it in regards to straight. Yelling “fore” off the tee every time is just not fun,” DeChambeau said Monday. “It’s very difficult on your mental psyche as well. It’s one of those things that everybody has a tough stretch in their career, and especially with coming off an injury, swinging one-handed for, you know, three or four weeks with your right hand only, it messed my normal golf swing up.

DeChambeau revealed that he has felt little control on his shots off the tee, basically having to swing one-handed for the past three or four weeks. The former US Open champ dealt with a broken bone in his left hand and a torn labrum in his hip, though DeChambeau didn’t do himself any favors with a foolish fall while playing ping-pong.

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Still, it’s clear that the world no. 14 is not at full strength ahead of the Masters, as he characterized himself at 80 percent health.

The 28-year-old had a six-week layoff earlier in the year, with Augusta National marking his fourth start of the year. DeChambeau shot 73-76 at the Texas Open last week, his final tune-up leading up to the Masters.

It sounds like DeChambeau is going to tough out his injuries at the Masters. How well he plays remains to be seen.