Golf-Hulk wants to be 140 years old

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Golf shooting star Bryson DeChambeau has once again proven his reputation as an eccentric, and the 26-year-old told the GQ that he hoped to live for 140 years. “I always try to add more value to my life. My goal is to live to be 130 or 140 years old. I really think that is possible with today’s technology. I think somebody will in the next 30 or 40 Years. “The oldest person so far, Jeanne Calment, died in 1997 at the age of 122 years and 164 days, so the golfer would theoretically set a world record. DeChambeau has developed into a weird bird on the golf circus who always signs his autographs with the left hand – with which he usually does not write – and distributed backwards. DeChambeau earned the nickname “Golf-Hulk” Within a short time, the American also gained more than 20 kilograms of muscle mass and earned himself the nickname “Golf-Hulk”. While his curious plans aroused interest among fans, some golf Colleagues annoyed by it. “What the hell are you talking about, boy?” Justin Thomas wrote in reference to his GQ comments on Twitter. Brooks Koepka made fun of DeChambeau at a golf tournament on Thursday after he had discussed with a referee for three minutes that his ball was near a hill with fire ants. Koepka then said before his blow: “Wait, there’s an ant … I’m just kidding.”

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