Swinging a golf club exactly like Bryson DeChambeau must be an interesting experience.
Generating that amount of clubhead speed, having that amount of flexibility and then from the top absolutely letting rip.
All the while, keeping the club on plane and making sure you make crisp contact with the ball using those one-length Cobras.
This cool video, from Zephyr Melton on Twitter, displays the mechanics in detail of DeChambeau's 2018 swing.
Check it out here:
Feeling Bryson’s single-plane, 2018 swing is wild pic.twitter.com/ixdpKubuD0— Zephyr Melton (@zephyrmelton) November 8, 2021
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In 2018 DeChambeau, now 28 years old, won four PGA Tour title including the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open in Las Vegas.
He beat Patrick Cantlay by one stroke.
Melton also demonstrates Sergio Garcia's swing.
Conversely, I do not understand how @TheSergioGarcia swings like this. His lag is absolutely absurd to feel for yourself. pic.twitter.com/koIKXVASPM— Zephyr Melton (@zephyrmelton) November 8, 2021
Famously, the Spaniard is known for creating a huge amount of lag and is one of the best ball strikers of the modern era.
Melton wrote: "His lag is absolutely absurd to feel for yourself."
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Pictures: Zephyr Melton/Twitter