- Oct. 14, 2020
-- Professional golfer Bryson DeChambeau, nicknamed "The Scientist," has been named the Hickok Belt(R) Award for the month of September 2020. Voting was conducted by a select panel of members of the National Sports Media Association (NSMA). The voters selected DeChambeau for his amazing winning performance in the September 20, 2020 120th U.S. Open Championship held at Winged Foot in Mamoroneck, New York. At only 26 years old, this was DeChambeau's seventh victory on the PGA Tour, including one major championship achievement. The up and coming successful Bryson DeChambeau continues to be a major player on the professional golf tour. He richly deserves the September 2020 Hickok Belt(R) Award.
Other finalists for the month of September in order of how the NSMA voters ranked them were: Victor Hedman (hockey), LeBron James (basketball)
, Naomi Osaka (tennis), Aaron Rodgers (football) and Gerrit Cole (baseball) - tie, Dominic Thiem (tennis), Marcell Ozuna (baseball), Authentic (John Velazquez, jockey) (horse racing) and Josh Taylor (boxing).
Bryson DeChambeau's selection as the Hickok Belt(R) Award winner for the month of September 2020 not only recognizes him as "the best of the best" in professional sports for the month and makes him the sixth candidate eligible to receive the overall Hickok Belt(R) Award for 2020, joining Donovan Mitchell, Jon Rahm, Dustin Johnson, Tyson Fury and Patrick Mahomes.
To learn more about the Hickok Belt(R) Award and its rich history, please visit www.hickokbelt.com.
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