‘That Doesn’t Define Me’: Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Son-In-Law Chris Pratt Was the Savior of Bryson DeChambeau During the Golfer’s Mental Struggles in 2021

There aren’t many golfers who tend to be more controversial than Bryson DeChambeau. The 2020 U.S. Open winner showed plenty of promise during his younger days. However, his career at the PGA Tour will be best remembered for the controversy surrounding him. The situation had an upsetting effect on him, who was ready to give up on the game.ADVERTISEMENTArticle continues below this adHowever, renowned Hollywood actor Chris Pratt was there to counsel the golfer, which reversed DeChambeau’s decision.ADVERTISEMENTArticle continues below this adChris Pratt’s advice prevented Bryson DeChambeau from quitting golfDeChambeau was deeply saddened by the state of his image in the media ahead of the 2021 Hero World Challenge. After the pro-am competition, the 29-year-old let it all out, revealing he was planning to leave the game.“There was a point in time, I’m not kidding, where I just felt like I wanted to leave the game,” DeChambeau said. After everything that he had gone through, it looked like the talented golfer was going to give up on golf. However, DeChambeau was fortunate to have the guidance of well-wishers around him, which included The Guardians of the Galaxy franchise’s star, Chris Pratt.ATLANTA, GEORGIA – SEPTEMBER 03: Bryson DeChambeau reacts after making birdie on the 18th green during the second round of the TOUR Championship at East Lake Golf Club on September 03, 2021 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)“Chris Pratt told me, ‘Look, when I’m doing a movie and people are saying the movie’s terrible and I’m not a good actor, that doesn’t define me,’” DeChambeau quoted Pratt’s words. He also expressed his admiration for the actor and said, “I respect him, respect his opinion. He’s got a lot of great life advice from things he’s been through — some troubling times.”ADVERTISEMENTArticle continues below this adChris Pratt provides his own lessons for DeChambeauFurthermore, the 8-time PGA event winner was grateful to the ‘Parks and Recreation’ star for sharing his experience. The son-in-law of the famous Arnold Schwarzenegger, Pratt used a golf analogy to explain his terms for DeChambeau, which eventually proved fruitful.“He told me when I’m out on the golf course, people are going to define you and relate you to the golf…What really defines you is the person you are outside the game of golf. You’ve got to look at it as an opportunity to show people who you truly are,” the golfer concluded.ADVERTISEMENTArticle continues below this adFollowing the actor’s wise words, DeChambeau turned down the negativity and got back to playing the game. He remains an active player, but is no longer on the PGA Tour, having recently joined the LIV Golf Series.Watch This Story – How Much Prize Money Did Tiger Woods Win at the 2022 Masters?

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