Teeing it up with a PGA Tour pro seems like a pipe dream, but it doesn't have to be. If you're willing and able to spend a small fortune, the PGA Tour helps make that dream a reality every week by way of its Wednesday pro-ams. The chance to spend four quality hours with a professional who's all but mastered an impossibly frustrating sport should be on every golfer's bucket list, and that's why I couldn't resist a last-minute invite to compete in the Genesis Open pro-am. I had no idea what to expect heading to the first tee. I ended up getting paired with Bryson DeChambeau, and here are five things I learned.