Bryson DeChambeau: The mutant of the golf village

Professional and scientific practice, possessing exotic equipment, is considered a “mutant” in the golf world. You’re Bryson DeChambeau.

The magical attraction of Bryson DeChambeau

Three weeks ago, for the first time in his professional career, Bryson DeChambeau won the U.S. Open 2020 convincing.

It is Bryson DeChambeau’s impressive victory, thanks to its high stability and very reasonable calculations. Before winning the US Open, Bryson DeChambeau was considered as one of the stars worth watching. Bodybuilding was the first highlight of this 1993 golfer. Bryson DeChambeau looks more like a weightlifting athlete than a polite, well-dressed golfer.
Since entering the professional competition in 2015, in the past 5 years, Bryson increased body weight by 50 pounds (equivalent to 22.68 kg). Before joining the U.S. Open 2020, Bryson weighs 240 pounds (108.86kg). He even wanted to gain 270 pounds (122.49kg). Many people believe that the weight gain makes DeChambeau play heavily. In fact, he is very flexible in handling movements, even the most difficult shots.

Scientist of golf

In Fantastic Four – a fictional story about the superhero world – Reed Richards (also known as Mister Fantastic) possesses genius intelligence, superb scientific research.
Many people compare Bryson DeChambeau to the same Reed Richards. At least about the level of scientific passion.
At the age of six, DeChambeau excelled in mathematics, particularly his excellent mental arithmetic, and outstanding understanding of algebra. Back then, he was described as a “master of computation”.

During high school, Bryson played golf at the request of his parents, but did not forget to study. He is passionate about physics. To obtain research materials, DeChambeau borrowed textbooks from the library, then manually copied 180 pages into his personal notebook. “My parents can buy me a book. But they spend so much time supporting me in golf, that I would mind asking them to buy me a $ 200 book … By writing it myself, I can understand everything at a comprehensive level “.
The physics knowledge applied by Bryson to his professional golf career. Bryson DeChambeau builds a system he calls a vector to pre-compute every putt, compute break or read green. “Mutant” DeChambeau always invented different styles of fighting. He was banned by the American Golf Association (USGA) from performing a putt because he thought the hip movement was inappropriate.
“They’re not a good organization,” Bryson quipped the USGA. “I’m part of that family, and as a member of the family, it’s sad that they hamper the development of the sport.
Bryson DeChambeau is the third person in the history of the U.S. Championship. Open, NCAA D-I Individual Title and U.S. Amateur, after two legendary Tiger Woods and Jack Nicklaus.
Bryson DeChambeau’s future is a mystery. But he is always a “mutant” with special values ​​in the golf world.