Why is Bryson DeChambeau's 3-wood loft so low?

Why is Bryson DeChambeau’s 3-wood loft so low?

That’s in part because DeChambeau has optimized the loft for each club in his bag, going with a significantly lower loft on each club. His driver has 5.5 degrees of loft and his 3-wood has 10.5 degrees of loft, which is the driver loft for a lot of players.

What is Bryson DeChambeau’s average driving distance?

Bryson DeChambeau broke the 17-year-old PGA Tour driving distance mark during the 2019-20 season when he averaged 322.1 yards per drive. He did so one year after he tied for 34th in distance at 302.5 yards. DeChambeau won the Rocket Mortgage Classic during the 2019-20 season.

Does Bryson DeChambeau lead the PGA Tour in Smash Factor?

Although DeChambeau leads the PGA Tour in driving distance, averaging an eye-popping 322.1 yards off the tee, he ranks dead last—let me repeat, dead last—for the year on tour in smash factor, a stat generated with the ratio of ball speed divided by clubhead speed.

How long does Bryson DeChambeau hit the golf ball?

Bryson DeChambeau hits the golf ball way longer than the average PGA Tour player. In fact, Bryson DeChambeau hits all of his clubs longer than most golfers despite his irons all being the same length, about the length of a 7-iron.