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Bryson Dechambeau Uses Science and Physical Mass to Win US Open

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    He definitely worked his tail off for this. It's very interesting to see such a unique and focused golfer win the US Open. Experts as well as players have been talking about his physical transformation since 2018 and how it has seriously impacted his game in the most positive of ways. His physical transformations has resulted in a nearly 20 yard jump in his driving distance, and this guy is now whacking a ball over 325 yards. I do like how he's not just putting on weight and muscle for power. In his words he did it in order for his body to handle the force required to hit and send a ball that far. Not to mention he and his coach have put a lot of science and thought into his game. All of his irons are the same length, and the angles on his clubs are very upright. You put all of that together, and you get a very unique and and synchronized golfing machine. Plus he has a pretty interesting personality to boot. :)

    So glad to see someone like him win this. What does everyone else think of this guy? He's definitely an interesting subject to discuss.

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    US Open: Bryson DeChambeau's 'bomb and gouge' win - time for authorities to act?

    Fascinating read. I'm a fan of Bryson. He truly does look at golf like the science that it is, and he is very intelligent. Some might say too smart for his own good, and too full of himself because of it. But that never bothers me. Others complain about his slow play, because he 'overthinks' every shot. But again, I don't care.

    He is trying to approach the game as mathematically as possible. And I think its already resulting in scaring the sport into changing the layout of courses, because of the results he is getting. Good for him and I hope he wins many more.

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    Dallasite Wrote:

    US Open: Bryson DeChambeau's 'bomb and gouge' win - time for authorities to act?

    Fascinating read. I'm a fan of Bryson. He truly does look at golf like the science that it is, and he is very intelligent. Some might say too smart for his own good, and too full of himself because of it. But that never bothers me. Others complain about his slow play, because he 'overthinks' every shot. But again, I don't care.

    He is trying to approach the game as mathematically as possible. And I think its already resulting in scaring the sport into changing the layout of courses, because of the results he is getting. Good for him and I hope he wins many more.

    Agreed. It's wonderful to see a sport evolve when someone unlocks natural and scientific ability to greatly improve their performance.