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George Bryan IV’s Unexpected Success and Nerves in PGA TOUR Debut: What’s Next for the YouTube Sensation

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George Bryan IV Makes Impressive Debut at PGA TOUR

PGA TOUR debutant George Bryan IV exceeded expectations with a solid performance in the Butterfield Bermuda Championship. Despite the nerves, Bryan managed to make the cut and is now heading into the final round tied for 54th place.

George Bryan IV, one half of the popular YouTube channel ‘Bryan Bros’ alongside his brother Wesley, showcased his talent on the PGA TOUR this week. With over 225,000 subscribers on YouTube, the Bryan Bros have built a strong following. While Wesley has already tasted success on the Korn Ferry Tour and the PGA TOUR, George made his debut at the Butterfield Bermuda Championship at the age of 35.

Reflecting on his performance, George Bryan IV admitted to feeling uncertain about his expectations for the tournament. “Was I going to shoot 62 and get into the tournament? Just barely break 70? I didn’t know what my expectations would be,” Bryan said. However, he managed to impress himself by shooting a 69 in the third round, despite feeling like he didn’t have his best game.

Throughout the tournament, Bryan has remained composed and focused. He acknowledged the nerves that come with playing in a PGA TOUR event but managed to deliver solid golf over the first two days. “Playing solid golf for two days was the goal. Whatever that looked like, I didn’t know. But when I got out there and continued to play like I had been in Q-School and other tournaments, it was really cool,” Bryan explained. His performance has shown that his game can perform at the highest level.

Meanwhile, Wesley Bryan, George’s brother, also made the cut at the Butterfield Bermuda Championship. Wesley, a three-time winner on the Korn Ferry Tour, is currently ranked 192nd on the FedExCup standings. He shot a 3-under 68 in the third round and is tied for 46th place heading into the final day.

George Bryan IV had a promising start to the third round, going 3-under through his first four holes. Although he faced some setbacks with back-to-back bogeys, he managed to finish strong with an eagle on the par-5 seventh. With a 2-under 69, Bryan is now tied for 54th place going into the final round.

As he prepares for the last round of his PGA TOUR debut, George Bryan IV received a pep talk from his brother Wesley. Encouraging him to aim high, Wesley advised George not to settle for a score but to go out and shoot a number. George is determined to play with less nerves and more relaxation, aiming to move up the leaderboard and see what happens.

Despite the solitary nature of golf, George Bryan IV has found support from the Bryan Bros’ community, both in person and online. He expressed his gratitude for the overwhelming positive comments and messages he has received throughout the tournament. George acknowledges that the support he has received over the past three years has played a significant role in his journey to playing on the PGA TOUR.

As George Bryan IV heads into the final round of the Butterfield Bermuda Championship, he is living out his dream and remains grateful for the opportunity. Whether he shoots a 65, 75, or 85, George is determined to play freer and move up the leaderboard. Golf fans eagerly await the conclusion of his impressive PGA TOUR debut.

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