Bryson DeChambeau, known for his custom single-length irons, earned low amateur honors after tying for 21st in the 80th Masters. This week he turned pro at the RBC Heritage and spoke to PGATOUR.com’s Jonathan Wall on how he uses the FlightScope launch monitor to test his unique clubs.
Bryson was introduced to FlightScope when he became FlightScope Ambassador Mike Schy’s student. Mike has been Bryson's golf instructor at the Mike Schy Golf Performance Institute in California since Bryson was hardly a teen. After years of practice, Bryson became the fifth golfer in history to win both the NCAA Division I championship and the U.S. Amateur in the same year.
Bryson's undeniable talent and scientific approach to golf has the world buzzing, and his one-of-a-kind set of clubs have the potential to completely change the equipment industry. Now that he turned pro, he is expected to become a key player in the game.