USA TODAY Sports’ Steve DiMeglio explains what Bryson DeChambeau’s and Tiger Woods’ performances mean for the Ryder Cup.
NORTON, Mass. — Most of the players in the field this week at the Dell Technologies Championship stayed away from TPC Boston on Wednesday, as temperatures soared well into the 90s and the humid air made it feel like more than 100. The few players who were in the practice area were bathed in sweat and their caddies looked like they just walked out of the surf on nearby Cape Cod.
No one wanted to stick around any longer than necessary, so after a few shots on the range, a few chips and maybe 10 minutes of putting, most guys retreated to their air-conditioned cars and hotel rooms.
But at 1:45 p.m. ET, with the sun burning through the few clouds that floated in the sky and having already practiced in the morning, there was Jordan Spieth. In the middle of the practice green, he rolled one 4-footer after…