Bryson DeChambeau tests Cobra's New 3D Printed Prototype Irons

Bryson DeChambeau has not yet returned to the PGA Tour as he continues to find gains and improvement in his game.

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Sun, 7 Nov 2021

Bryson DeChambeau tests Cobra Puma's New 3D Printed Prototype Irons

Bryson DeChambeau's quest for greatness is never-ending and he has been testing a new set of 3D Printed Prototype Irons by Cobra Puma.

DeChambeau has notoriously used Cobra one-length clubs since 2016 when he very much became the pioneer of this unique style of irons.

In recent social media posts, DeChambeau has relentlessly worked on his speed training and strength conditioning on holiday in the Bahamas.

Not the type of activities we would all associate with a holiday, but DeChambeau has previously admitted to being different and we certainly cannot argue with this.

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In his latest video release on his YouTube channel, the World No. 6 appears very enthusiastic and excited at the new 3D Printed Prototype Irons by Cobra Puma.

DeChambeau was extremely impressed with the ball speed and spin rate that he achieved when testing the new irons, which would provide a significant change to his golf bag after using one-length clubs for five years.

The feel of the clubs also satisfied the former US Open champion. Needless to say, DeChambeau's eagerness to hit the driver got the better of him as well.

A highlight of the practice session was the appearance of the legendary Lee Trevino, who impressed DeChambeau with some shots of his own on the driving range.

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The Merry Mex is a six-time major champion but much like his big-hitting friend, he still is keen to learn and gain knowledge on the game he loves.

DeChambeau explained the mechanics of his putting grip and putting stroke to Trevino while holding his armlock Sik Golf putter.

The 28-year-old was starstruck by Trevino and if his pleasure at hitting the new Cobra Puma irons is anything to go by, he will certainly continue to thrill golf fans in the next PGA Tour season. 

 

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