Bryson DeChambeau has posted a video on his YouTube channel for the first time in seven years, showing how he transformed his body during last year's lockdown in the Coronavirus pandemic.
In 2019, the 27-year-old stated that he wanted to change his game and become a different player, which entailed hard gym work and drills to increase his strength.
DeChambeau clearly had the goal of hitting the ball long distances and having short approach shots into the green. I think we can all agree that he has achieved his goal and this has led to some superb performances on the PGA Tour.
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The World No.6 won his first major championship at the US Open at Winged Foot in 2020, storming to a six-shot winning margin and blowing away the field.
DeChambeau secured another win on the PGA Tour in March when he won the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bayhill, so his hard work in the gym has reaped great rewards.
The eight-time winner on the PGA Tour has averaged a staggering 321.1 yards per drive, which currently makes him the biggest hitter on tour this season.
He also leads the way in strokes gained off the tee and strokes gained from tee to green, so it is clear that DeChambeau had a strong focus on dominating these statistics when he was training last year.
The US Open champion has not only improved his distance statistics but his overall scoring averages have improved, which has ultimately culminated in securing more PGA Tour titles.
He is ranked first in the total strokes gained on tour, 10th in birdie average and first in the number of eagles made per hole.
DeChambeau is certainly a golfer who divides opinion with his style of play and his attitude towards golf, but you have to admire that he set clear goals and has achieved them.