Bryson DeChambeau was always going to be a story no matter how his first season as a professional unfolded. When you employ a set of single-length clubs with 123-gram JumboMax XL grips and have a name for nearly every club in the bag, you automatically move to the center of the equipment universe.
For all of the unorthodox practices that Bryson DeChambeau employs—and which have brought him acclaim and antipathy—his victory Sunday in the John Deere Classic was a validation of more conventional and proven methods: Hard work, determination, patience, belief.
In the final round of the John Deere Classic, Bryson DeChambeau rolls in a 14-foot birdie putt to punctuate a final-round 65 and a one-shot win over Patrick Rodgers at TPC Deere Run.
Welcome to the Monday Finish, where DeChambeau, 23, fires a back-nine 30 to become the second straight first-time winner on the PGA TOUR, and the 10th overall this season.
There’s a debate over whether everyday golfers should be giving single-length irons a closer look. And it’s getting rather heated.
JumboMax Grips has sent congrats to staffer Bryson DeChambeau for his T2 finish at the Puerto Rico Open this past weekend.
Bryson DeChambeau has been one of the most talked about golfers in the world this year. He might be even more of a topic next year.
Bryson DeChambeau won the Web.com Tour Finals-opening DAP Championship on Sunday to wrap up a PGA Tour card for next season.
One club manufacturer inserts moveable weights into a driver and a bunch of companies follow. One player starts having success with a particular putting method and he’s inundated with questions…
The cover of Bryson DeChambeau’s yardage book contains the player’s initials, “B.A.D.” Oddly enough, DeChambeau’s early career as a pro golfer has, succinctly, been just that.