DeChambeau, Sabbatini named least favorite playing partners in survey
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Bryson DeChambeau and Rory Sabbatini were listed as the two least favorite playing partners in an anonymous PGA Tour survey, according to Adam Schupak of Golf.com.

A total of 52 current PGA Tour members were questioned during September's Safeway Open. DeChambeau and Sabbatini each received 21% of the vote, while "anyone who plays slowly" led the way with 26%. Twelve players declined to answer the question.

Scotland's Martin Laird received 8%, while Dustin Johnson and J.B. Holmes, among others, were also named.

Players were also asked who their favorite golfer is to be grouped with. Kevin Kisner was considered the most sought after playing partner at 9%. Charles Howell III, Harold Varner III, and "anyone who plays quickly" shared the second spot at 7%.

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