Bryson DeChambeau was invited to the Vegas Golden Knights NHL game and given the duty of “ringing the siren” before the third period of play. 

After doing so, DeChambeau looked at his right hand and realized he had a painful blister.

Apparently he rang the siren,  before the third “quarter,” as he said, too vigorously, which resulted in a dime-sized blister that he tried to treat on his own, but the area remained dry and cracked.

Eventually, DeChambeau had it taped by fitness personnel at the tournament.

He joked that it “just hurt on every shot” but allowed that it was manageable.

Between this and putting with the flagstick next year, this guy is getting all the attention as of late. 

Whatever he’s doing, it’s working for him, blister or no blister.