When is Bryson DeChambeau’s long drive event?

When is Bryson DeChambeau’s long drive event?

Also noteworthy is the timing of the long drive event, as it begins Sept. 27 … a day after the Ryder Cup, which runs from Sept. 24 to Sept. 26 at Whistling Straits. DeChambeau is expected to compete for the American contingent against Team Europe at the biennial event.

Can Bryson DeChambeau make it on the PGA Tour?

Part of Bryson’s process has included work with 2019 World Long Drive champ Kyle Berkshire. RELATED: Can the world’s top long driver make it on the PGA Tour? DeChambeau ranks first on the PGA Tour in driving distance at 321 yards and is first in strokes gained/off-the-tee.

How many 400-yard drives did Bryson DeChambeau hit at the long drive World Championships?

Bryson DeChambeau’s long-drive capabilities are being put to the test at the Long Drive World Championships. On the PLDA event’s first day, DeChambeau used those five 400-yard drives to finish tied for second in his group of 16, which included him in the top-12 status required to move onto the next day.

What is Bryson DeChambeau’s average driving speed?

DeChambeau led the PGA Tour in the recently concluded 2020-21 season with a 323.7-yard driving average, and his longest drive on Tour in that season was 414 yards. His average measured clubhead speed on drives was 132.25 mph, but he has said he can go faster in training and has backed that up at the World Championship.