What is Bryson DeChambeau’s longest drive on the PGA Tour?

What is Bryson DeChambeau’s longest drive on the PGA Tour?

DeChambeau’s longest drive Friday was 406 yards during the Round of 16. It wasn’t enough to win that set, however, as Martin Borgmeier went 416 yards. DeChambeau also hit a drive that had a 218 mph ball speed.

How did Bryson DeChambeau qualify for the PGA Tour’s Elite Eight?

With a total of 500 points, DeChambeau ended up eighth out of 16, meaning he just qualified for the Elite Eight, and took one step closer to claiming the World Long Drive crown. In the Round of 8, which commenced right away after a quick re-seed, players were divided into two groups of four.

How did Bryson DeChambeau become ‘the scientist’?

Not Bryson DeChambeau though. Nicknamed ‘The Scientist’ for his dedication to trialing and utilizing new techniques and technologies, the 28-year-old participated in the Professional Long Drivers Association World Championship on Tuesday, just two days after Team US’ historic 19-9 win over Europe at Whistling Straits.

What driver does Bryson DeChambeau use?

If DeChambeau is going to contend the rest of the way, he’ll need his Cobra driver to produce some gargantuan numbers. As you’d expect, the driver he’s wielding this week is a modified version of the head he typically uses on a week-to-week basis on tour.