Bryson DeChambeau during the Friday Afternoon Foursomes at the 42nd Ryder Cup held at Le Golf National on September 28-30, 2018 in Guyancourt, France. Photo by Darren Carroll/PGA of America
One of the hottest topics in golf is Bryson’s body transformation and his relentless pursuit of power. Thanks to strokes gained statistics, we know that driving distance (and not necessarily accuracy) is a huge advantage. It is unrealistic for the average person to completely transform their body like Bryson, but for those players looking for added distance, you must hit the ball off the center of the face and increase your club head speed. Be sure to start a SuperSpeed program, or see your local PGA Professional who may have access to force plates to measure your GRF (Ground Reaction Force). Also, make sure your body is ready and mobile through a TPI assessment and program.The most underrated quality about Bryson is that he knows how to win on the biggest stages dating back to his NCAA and US Amateur titles. Bryson relies on science and his knowledge of the Homer Kelly masterpiece, “The Golfing Machine.” He trusts his golf swing, he trusts his mind and he trusts his preparation. Golfers of all levels would benefit from Bryson’s commitment and self-belief. This is something that separates the good players from the great players. With that commitment in pressure filled situations, Bryson will execute coming down the stretch and contend for major championships for many years to come. — PGA Coach Joanna Coe
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