What Bryson DeChambeau said after winning The Northern Trust

RIDGEWOOD, NJ - AUGUST 26: Bryson DeChambeau of the United States lines up a putt on the fourth green during the final round of The Northern Trust on August 26, 2018 at the Ridgewood Championship Course in Ridgewood, New Jersey. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images) Gregory Shamus/Getty Images

What Bryson DeChambeau said after winning The Northern Trust

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What Bryson DeChambeau said after winning The Northern Trust

Bryson DeChambeau closed out a four-shot victory Sunday at The Northern Trust for his third PGA Tour title.

He moves to No. 1 in the FedEx Cup standings with that win.

Here’s what he had to say (in a post-round CBS interview with Amanda Balionis) after the triumph:

On holding on to his final-round lead:

“To be able to hold a lead and keep the lead for the whole time, I was getting a little close and a little tight there mid-round, to be able to push forward and make a couple putts when I needed to was great.”

On what he expects from himself going forward:

“Consistency hopefully. If I can keep playing the way I am, I think I can do some great things. Obviously that tee shot on the last hole, I’m going to be working hard for that one, trying to understand that and get back to the action next week.”

On if he’s solidified himself as a Ryder Cup captain’s pick:

“Whatever happens, happens. I’m going to try and go play my best next week and see what happens after that.”

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